I am using Windows 7 Enterprise globally in my enterprise and Windows Server 2012 managing via AD and GPO's.
I want to enable Bitlocker to go to ensure portable storage devices are encrypted on usage.
Will enabling Bitlocker to go block other USB device port access?
We use USB keyboards and USB Mice and also USB Bluetooth receivers for wireless keyboards and mice.
Will Bitlocker to go require these to be encrypted also - I suspect so?
Any information appreciated.
1) BitLocker To Go does not block other USB device port access. But there is GPO that restricts a user from writing to a USB device unless the device is encrypted with BitLocker To Go. The following policy
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