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Hello — Sorry if this a redundant question, but the pending EOL of windows 10 and the fact that Windows 11 pro has bitlocker turned on, I want to be sure I know what to expect with reflect backups and clones
As I understand it when reflect creates a backup image, the data fetched is decrypted by the OS, so the data stored in the backup image is not encrypted, unless I have reflect add a password.
So, does that mean if I need to clone the boot drive, the clone of it will be un-encrypted? So, when that cloned drive is then swapped in to be the (new) boot drive will the OS then (1) do nothing (2) re-encrypted the new drive.
I guess that this would be the same if a “restore” would be done from a backup