I'm working on setting up BitLocker in Server 2012. After enabling TPS in BIOS, I attempted to enable Bitlocker. The following error appeared:
BitLocker Drive Encryption operating system drives must be formatted with the NTFS file system in order to be encrypted. Convert the drive to NTFS, and then turn on BitLocker
I then went to Disk Management and discovered two partitions without drive letters. One of these is FAT32, the other is an OEM Partition.
Is it safe to convert the 2.00 GB FAT32 partition to NTFS on the fly? Will I lose data or cause the system to no longer boot?