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Windows killed my laptop, again

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Linux
Microsoft

I mentioned last week that my office is moving to Active Directory. All our Windows PCs needed to get reconfigured to authenticate through AD. At the same time, I asked that we apply encryption to every desktop.

As the central IT office, my group went first. I'm one of 3 people in our office that dual-boots Windows and Linux, and I was not alone as we witnessed Windows break because it was not the only operating system to control the hard drive.

Here's the process:




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