Does Paragon NTFS for Mac support Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive?
Does Paragon NTFS for Mac support to read/write Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive on Mac?
The answer is no. As far as we know, Paragon NTFS for Mac is a commercial NTFS driver for Mac users to read, write, mount NTFS drive on Mac.
To protect the security of the important data, we usually encrypt NTFS external drives with Bitlocker. However, Paragon NTFS for Mac doesn't suport Bitlocker encrypted drive and there is no Mac version of Bitlocker implementation, how to access, read, write, mount Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive on Mac?
Although Microsoft just developed and released Bitlocker for Windows version, but with the help of M3 Bitlocker Loader for Mac, we can easily read/write Bitlocker encrypted NTFS, FAT32, exFAT drive on macOS 10.14 (Mojave)/High Sierra 10.13/10.12 and Mac OSX 10.11/10.10/10.9/10.8/10.7.
Notes: M3 Bitlocker Loader for Mac requires a healthy Bitlocker encrypted drive. If your Bitlocker encrypted drive is corrupted, please try Bitlocker data recovery software: M3 Bitlocker Recovery in Windows to recover data from corrupted Bitlocker encrypted drive.
Tutorial to read/write Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive on macOS
Step 1: Download, install and launch M3 Bitlocker Loader for Mac on your Mac computer.
Step 2: Insert a Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive.
Step 3: Select Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive and click "Open" icon to continue.
Step 4: Enter the password (or 48-digit recovery key) to unlock Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive.
Step 5: After Bitlocker encrypted NTFS drive, we can read/write Bitlocker encrypted drive on Mac.
Paragon NTFS for Mac
Paragon NTFS for Mac is fully compatible with Apple's new security policy ensuring fast and safe access to NTFS drive on macOS 10.13 High Sierra. Once Paragon NTFS for Mac is installed, the user can easily read, edit, copy, delete, create files and folders in NTFS drive. Paragon NTFS for Mac guarantees advanced support of NTFS file systems and provides fast and transparent read/write access to any NTFS partition under macOS 10.13 High Sierra.