Is it possible to have (preferrably with Windows-on-board tools of Windows Server 2012 R2 and Windows Server 2016) to have a software raid mirror on 2 encrypted disks? (Locally preferred.)
From what I know, I have to use an SSD for normal/fast hardware encryption (at least via Bitlocker), so I am planning to put 2 ssd disks into a SW mirror.
I want to achieve 2 things:
1) theft protection a) if hardware gets stolen, drives are useless to thief 2) failure protection a) if a drive fails, the other takes over and the failed drive can be replaced b) if the pc fails, the drives run in another pc (or at least can be recovered)
The drives will be home of some VM hard drives, so they don't need to be bootable/system drive.
They should unlock automatically on Windows startup though, in order to reboot the machines unattended, also to have the hyper-v vhds available straight away.
Is this possible? If so, how is this possible?