12 08, 2014

How to get bitlocker recovery key ID

By | August 12th, 2014|Bitlocker, Functions, WMI|4 Comments

How to get the bitlocker recovery key ID ? This is a question that a colleague of mine asked me. He wanted to get the local bitlocker key, and compare it to the one stored in Active directory. I wrote him this function which will retrieve the protector ID (Bitlocker recovery ID) with the possibility to choose which protector to retrieve. [stextbox id=”note”]This function below would be the PowerShell equivalent as the : manage-bde -protectors c: -get command[/stextbox] The function is based on Win32_EncryptableVolume WMI class. This function can easily be extended, or even incorporated in other functions / scripts. Find the download link here below [stextbox id=”info”] Since the first developpement of this script, I have written a new cool tool name “BitlockerSAK” for “Bitlocker Swiss Army knife”. The bitlocker swiss army knifeallow to find the bitlocker recovery key id, but also a lot more neat stuff! You can get more information about BitlockerSAK right here –> “Bitlocker Swiss Army Knife” [/stextbox] […]

18 01, 2014

Top 6 tips to manage BitLocker with Powershell

By | January 18th, 2014|Bitlocker, General, Header, PowerShell|0 Comments

  A small blog post to share my recent experience with Bitlocker encryption. I have been looking around for information in order to write my own script, and I thought I would simply share with everybody the information I have gathered during these (sometimes loooong) moments. Before you start to read these tips, perhaps you would like to know that I have written a bitlocker encryption tool  based on PowerShell name BitlockerSAK (for Bitlocker Swiss Army Knife). I tried to mimic the way manage-bde.exe worked. It is based on the Win32_TPM and the Win32_EncryptableVolume WMI classes. (and inspired from some of the links below). [stextbox id=”download”]You can download my latest BitlockerSAK encryption function by click this link. [/stextbox] […]

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