This article introduce two methods to recover Bitlocker recovery password from Active Directory: Using Bitlocker Recovery Password Viewer and AD Bitlocker Password Audit.
Method 1: Using BitLocker Recovery Password Viewer to recover Bitlocker recovery password from Active Directory
If you are active directory users, you can use Bitlocker Recovery Password Viewer to locate and view BitLocker recovery passwords that are stored in AD DS. You can also use this tool to help recover data that is stored on a volume that has been encrypted by using BitLocker.
In Active Directory Users and Computers, locate and then click the container in which the computer is located. For example, click the Computers container.
Right-click the computer object, and then click Properties.
In the ComputerName Properties dialog box, click the BitLocker Recovery tab to view the BitLocker recovery passwords that are associated with the particular computer.
Method 2: Using AD Bitlocker Password Audit to recover Bitlocker recovery password from
AD Bitlocker Password Audit is a free Windows tool for querying your Active Directory for all or selected computer objects and returning their Bitlocker recovery password in a grid-view format giving you a quick overview of the status of your current password recovery capabilities. With the included data filtering functionality you can quickly create detailed results for machines that match your filtering criteria.
Bitlocker drive data recovery software - M3 Bitlocker Recovery
M3 Bitlocker Recovery is a professional data recovery software for Bitlocker encrypted drive which can recover deleted files from Bitlocker drive, recover files from formatted, damaged, inaccessible, corrupted or lost Bitlocker drive.
Step 1: Select the Bitlocker drive you want to recover data from and click Next to continue.
Step 2: Enter unlock password or recovery key and then recover data from Bitlocker encrypted drive.
Step 3: Scan the lost files from Bitlocker encrypted drive.
Step 4: After your files are found, please select and click "Recover" to save them.