I've begun experimenting with BitLocker. I'm trying to enable it on a
Tecra M5, which is several years old. I suspect the TPM on this unit
may be a version that is too old to support BitLocker, but how can I
tell for sure what version this unit has?
When I enabled BitLocker, the system restarted, asked me to initialize
the TPM, and all appeared to be well. However now, whenever I restart
and try doing the check before actually encrypting the drive, I get an
error indicating that my boot configuration has changed and the check
fails. Has anyone else experienced this, and does it indicate the
presence of a TPM 1.0 or 1.1 as opposed to a 1.2? I would think if the
TPm were too old, BitLocker would be smart enough to just say so and not
proceed any further?
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