Two drives are connected to a computer. One via a SATA-to-USB interface, the other directly via a SATA-to-eSATA cable.
The drive on USB appears as a removable drive, the drive on eSATA appears as a fixed drive. Both use NTFS.
The USB drive offers Bitlocker-To-Go, the eSATA drive only offers BitLocker.
It is my understanding that drives encrypted with BitLocker-To-Go include an app to allow Windows XP read-only access to the volume. Is this the only difference, and is there a way to use Bitlocker-To-Go on the eSATA drive?
Another difference is found here:
The recovery key is required when a BitLocker-protected fixed data drive configured for automatic unlocking is moved to another computer.
Assuming that does not apply to removable drives.