A Trusted Platform Module (TPM) is a secure co-processor that provides cryptographic operations and stores system integrity measurements.

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McAfee Drive Encryption issues with HP Elitebook 755 G2

Hi all (Sorry if this isn't the right forum to post on), I have a slightly frustrating issue involving a small collection of HP laptops and McAfee Encryption. We can encrypt the laptops absolutely ...
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Bitlocker without TPM on Hyper-V 2012 r2 from the command line?

I know that Bitlocker can be used from a Hyper-V Server 2012 r2 install. And I know that it can be done on a machine that lacks a TPM chip. The problem is that all of the examples I've found depend on ...
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TPM Drive Encryption / Network Profile

I have the following situation: I have an old application that cannot be rewritten for various reasons that I can't go into. Just noting that refactoring the source of the problem is a total no-go. ...
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How can I encrypt my SSD but still boot unattended (linux)? [closed]

I have a system that displays video from a camera feed with an overlay, and it must boot without any user intervention (the quicker the better). However, these systems will be in the hands of ...
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Can't store TPM information in AD

I am attempting to use GP to store TPM information in AD. I have verified that the schema contains the proper object property, and verified that the property and the ACE is present on the given ...
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BitLocker - No TPM & No Flash Drive

I have done some research on using BitLocker in an environment where the machines do not have a TPM and it appears you will need to utilize a Flash Drive for it to work properly. This seems to be the ...
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How to enable BitLocker with no prompts to the end user

I have configured BitLocker and TPM settings in Group Policy such that all the options are set and the recovery keys stored in Active Directory. All our machines are running Windows 7 with a standard ...
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Windows 8.1 TPM ownership on Server 2008 R2 schema - not to spec?

My organization is running AD DS on Server 2008 R2 schema. Already a bad start, I know, but let's pretend that's impossible to change. In our default domain policy, we have the following setting ...
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Using virtual smart card for server-side keys?

Does anybody know if it's possible to store private keys, belonging to service account or computer account, on Windows 8 VSC (virtual smart card)? As far as I understand, requirement for 8-symbols ...
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How to setup a platform with TPM? [closed]

I am trying to learn about TPMs. I would like a machine with a TPM. I understand that this is a chip on the motherboard? Is a TPM something that you can install or is it something that comes soldered ...
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TPM had to be reintialized: Does a new recovery password have to be uploaded to AD?

Some way some how, a user's machine couldn't get read the bitlocker password off of the TPM chip, and I had to enter the recovery key (stored in AD) to get in. No big deal, but once in the machine, I ...
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Upgrade Trusted Platform Module (TPM)?

I have some systems that I am unable to enable Bitlocker on. The TPM wizard reports that the version of the TPM is inadequate to function with bitlocker. Is it possible to upgrade a TPM to 1.2?
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How to detect Dell TPM from inside Windows?

I need to know whether my server has TPM installed. It is located 10000 miles away from me so going there to look at the BIOS is not an option. It is also not anyhow described on the Dell website nor ...
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Approaches for Linux server disk encryption

What are the approaches available for fully encrypting a disk on a remote server (say, colocated in a datacenter)? On Windows, we can just turn on Bitlocker with a TPM. Then the server can reboot, and ...
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Trusted Platform Module and authenticating a PC to a remote server

Can TPM be used to authenticate the computer to a remote server? Is there any recommended reading material for that topic? How can I use TPM to protect my application from being cloned to another PC?