Join Ed Liberman for an in-depth discussion in this video Encrypt drives using BitLocker, part of Windows Server 2012 R2: Configure File Services.
- [Voiceover] BitLocker is a drive encryption technology…that enables a user to encrypt an entire hard drive…to protect it from unauthorized access attempts.…Now there's a few different steps involved when…it comes to configuring BitLocker.…The first of which should not be ignored,…even though very often it is not…thought of until after the fact.…That first step is to set up a recovery…option in the event that something goes wrong.…Alright, so you want to make sure…that you have good recovery options in place…because you're going to be encrypting an entire hard drive.…
And if something goes wrong,…you don't want to have to lose that data.…So to do this I need to modify a group policy setting.…So I'm going to go onto a domain controller called DC 1.…Here in the Server Manager, let's go to the Tools menu,…and then select Group Policy Management.…Here in Group Policy Management I will expand my Forest,…the Domains, my Landon Hotel Domain,…and I will go ahead and use the Default Domain Policy…because it will affect all computers in the domain.…
Note: This course also maps to the Configure File and Print Services domain for Microsoft Certified Solutions Expert (MCSA) Exam 70-411, Administering Windows Server 2012. Review the exam objectives here.
- Configuring quotas
- Configuring file management tasks
- Configuring DFS namespaces and replication
- Encrypting files with BitLocker and EFS
- Implementing advanced audit policy settings