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Enable Bitlocker through script

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We are deploying bitlocker encryption through script. Most of the systems are successfully tested for bitlocker protection. We are using TPM+PIN for encryption

At few laptops encryption fails with following error

Connection succeeded to MicrosoftTPM
ERROR - Failed get a TPM instance in the provider class. Script is exiting...

It would be great if someone could provide the solution for this problem.

Thanks & Regards
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Is it possible that TPM is disabled on those machines?  Take a look at this article:
Check to see if the TPM is enabled - The Deployment Guys - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
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