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Include the Win32_EncryptableVolume and Win32_TPM WMI Classes in the Hardware Inventory Filter by Default

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As of now the only way to capture the encryption (Bitlocker) status of a Windows computer is by running a script and capturing the output into a Custom Inventory value, OR, manually adding the Win32_EncryptableVolume WMI Class to the Hardware Inventory Filter, process which I describe here.

 

It would be great if both the Win32_EncryptableVolume and the Win32_TPM WMI Classes were added in the Hardware Inventory Filter by default, instead of having to add them manually.

 

The Win32_TPM WMI Class is helpful because sometimes you need to know the TPM chip version (and if it's actually present) to termine if Bitlocker can be enabled on the machine or not.

 

Thank you,

Eduardo Chapa

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