You probably don’t need PINs with BitLocker any longer – that is if you’re using UEFI hardware. There’s an even greater chance if you’re running Windows 8.1 too. In this Edge show episode I interview Chris Hallum from the Windows team about just that.

Edge Show 102: BitLocker without PIN
Simon May is an Infrastructure Technology Evangelist at Microsoft concentrating on Devices and Services but with special interests in deployment and device management. Simon is a professional public speaker and the author of several books on Windows.
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