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Like @Rees said. You can install a fresh OS. Shouldve thought about that too. Another thing is if you do not want to install a fresh OS you can do the Following. 1. Install a Fresh OS and the old Windows will be on the C Drive in a folder named. Windows.old Other Idea. Depending on the situation you can do the following. 2. Boot into a live cd and ...


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Windows 10 Pro, if you used the Recovery Drive feature to create the media


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I also wondered this and experimented; this is what I know so far: Both commands create an external *.BEK keyfile. After you have created a -StartupKey and -RecoveryKey they become inseparable in the protector-overview. (manage-bde C: -protectors -get) This lists all keys and labels the keys in question 'External key'. Only if you remember the {id}, you ...


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A fast and quick way to this - instead of booting into recovery console - would be to boot another computer in the same subnet and use Windows' builtin remote capabilities like PowerShell Remoting WMI Remoting (wmic) Remoting with compmgmt.msc RDP / MSTSC (not sure what glass8 manipulates but give it a try) The benefits for these features are the fully ...


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As I understand it, the sk would be kept on removable media and you would need this media present to start your machine each time. The alternative would be a PIN. If you used a pin, but forgot it, you would be able to access your machine with reference to the related rk, which would be stored safely elsewhere. A PIN would be more convenient, unless you ...



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