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Reset Windows Password: extracting BitLocker recovery passwords


Often, BitLocker recovery passwords are backed-up in an Active Directory database. This function of the program is designed to extract BitLocker passwords even out of a non-bootable or a non-working domain.
 

Selecting Active Directory database

Extracting BitLocker recovery passwords - setting Active Directory

In the beginning, you have to set up paths for the SYSTEM registry and for the NTDS.DIT database. The program should locate the paths automatically but you can select them on your own. 


 

Extracting BitLocker recovery passwords

Extracting BitLocker recovery passwords

You can copy a found key to the clipboard or save it to a file.

Be careful, the program can additionally retrieve expired and deleted BitLocker keys. Often there's no way to get the real names of the key owners.