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HP PCs - BitLocker Encryption Is Enabled by Default

BitLocker Encryption is enabled, by default, on computers that support Modern Standby. This is true regardless of the Windows 10 version (Home, Pro, etc.) is installed.
It is vital that you back up your BitLocker recovery key, and that you know how to retrieve it. Do not rely on keeping the key solely on the computer. If you cannot access the key when needed, you will lose access to all data on encrypted drives.
note:
One routine reason for needing the BitLocker recovery key is in case of performing updates that affect the TPM data, including BIOS updates.
See the following HP Knowledge Base article on how to tell if your drives or devices are encrypted and on saving and retrieving your BitLocker key:
  caution:
If you cannot find your BitLocker recovery key when needed, you will lose access to data on encrypted drives.

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