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If  your Windows laptop is encrypted with Microsoft Bitlocker, you should see a blue screen at startup requesting your Bitlocker unlock pin.  If your Windows laptop is encrypted with PGP Whole Disk Encryption you will see a gray and white PGP Desktop login screen upon boot up. Aslo see: https://kb.iu.edu/d/bavx

  1. Encrypt your computer as described in the Microsoft document Turn on Bitlocker Device Encryption. Be sure to enable TPM options in your computer's BIOS. Set your computer to request a Bitlocker pin by setting that option in Control Panel, Bitlocker Encryption, Set Bitlocker Startup Preferences, Require a pin at every startup.  Be sure to backup your encryption key. You may also use Symantec PGP to encrypt your laptop as directed here: https://kb.iu.edu/d/azmz
  2. To be compliant with the IU policy, you must select a password that meets the IU Password and Passphrase Guidelines
  3. The system must auto-lock after no more than 15 minutes of inactivity.

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