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Administering MBAM 2.0 Using PowerShell

Updated: April 1, 2013

Applies To: Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring 2.0

Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring (MBAM) provides the following listed set of Windows PowerShell cmdlets. Administrators can use these PowerShell cmdlets to perform various Microsoft BitLocker Administration and Monitoring server tasks from the command line rather than from the MBAM administration website.

How to Administer MBAM Using PowerShell

Use the PowerShell cmdlets described here to administer MBAM.

 

Name Description

Install-Mbam

Installs the MBAM features that provide advanced policy, encryption, key recovery, and compliance reporting.

Uninstall-Mbam

Removes the MBAM features that provide advanced policy, encryption, key recovery, and compliance reporting tools.

Get-MbamBitLockerRecoveryKey

Requests an MBAM recovery key that will enable users to unlock a computer or encrypted drive.

Get-MbamTPMOwnerPassword

Provides users with a TPM owner password that they can use to unlock a Trusted Platform Module (TPM) when the TPM has locked them out and will no longer accept their PIN.

See Also

Other Resources

Operations for MBAM 2.0

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