Surface makes users enter BitLocker recovery key at every boot

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  1. As I own a Surface Pro 2 it was ready to start when I bought it. I only have to set up my Microsoft Account. I don’t have any BitLocker-Recovery-Key. What can I do?

  2. Hi Thomas, you can go to www*windows*microsoft*com/recoverykey (replace asterisks with periods) from another trusted PC or mobile device, and sign in with the same
    Microsoft account you use on Surface.

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