How To Find All Applied Or Enabled Group Policy Settings In Windows 10
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The following sections provide a comprehensive list of BitLocker group policy settings that are organized by usage. BitLocker group policy settings include settings for specific drive types (operating system drives, fixed data drives, and removable data drives) and settings that are applied to all drives.
If non-TPM protectors are allowed on operating system drives, a password, enforcement of complexity requirements on the password, and configuration of a minimum length for the password can all be provisioned. For the complexity requirement setting to be effective, the group policy setting Password must meet complexity requirements, which is located at Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Account Policies > Password Policy, must be also enabled.
If use of passwords is allowed, requiring a password to be used, enforcement of password complexity requirements, and password minimum length can all be configured. For the complexity requirement setting to be effective, the group policy setting Password must meet complexity requirements, which is located at Computer Configuration > Windows Settings > Security Settings > Account Policies > Password Policy, must also be enabled.
This policy setting can be overridden with the policy settings under User Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > Removable Storage Access. If the Removable Disks: Deny write access policy setting is enabled, this policy setting will be ignored.
Because BCDEdit commands can be altered manually before Group Policy settings have been set, the policy setting can't be returned to the default setting by selecting the Not Configured option after this policy setting has been configured. To return to the default pre-boot recovery screen leave the policy setting enabled and select the Use default message options from the Choose an option for the pre-boot recovery message drop-down list box.
This policy controls how BitLocker-enabled system volumes are handled with the Secure Boot feature. Enabling this feature forces Secure Boot validation during the boot process and verifies Boot Configuration Data (BCD) settings according to the Secure Boot policy.
When this policy is enabled and the hardware is capable of using secure boot for BitLocker scenarios, the Use enhanced Boot Configuration Data validation profile group policy setting is ignored, and secure boot verifies BCD settings according to the secure boot policy setting, which is configured separately from BitLocker.