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Win10 20H2 BitLocker SCCM

Win10 20H2 BitLocker SCCM

Win10 20H2 BitLocker SCCM

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Have been building Win10 1703 for a long time on Dell Latitude 7490s without issue that encrypts the laptop disk with BitLocker. New Task Sequence is largely the same just with Win10 20H2.

Once built the laptop reboots but BitLocker kicks in immediately. Initially I thought it was because the TS changes the boot order to ensure the NIC is first choice followed by Windows Boot Manager so I moved the 'enable BitLocker' component to the very end.

Here's the interesting thing...... it's only when the wired Ethernet is connected! With no cable connected it boots fine.

The only thing I can find is about 'Network Unlock' but that came in in Win8 and isn't the issue.

Is there something different in 20H2 that could cause this?

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