I had to disable BitLocker for two (and a half) reasons:
- It’s not that easy anymore to create a backup image of BitLocker-protected drives.
You can still do sectory-by-sector copies which require more space and time to create and restore.
- You cannot boot natively from a VHD if this VHD is placed on a BitLocker-protected drive.
My laptop has only a single hard drive and you can can’t boot to VHD on network or removable drives.
- If your laptop is not equipped with a TPM you need to insert a USB stick every time before you can boot your laptop.
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