Aug 202016

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Aug 202016

I just wanted to create a post about this file. I’m sure some admins have seen this and wondered what it was. The “BitlockerActiveMonitoringLogs” file on the system root directory, present on Microsoft Exchange 2013 servers.

I first noticed this on a clients setup, at first assuming the worst believing the system may have been compromised. However I have seen this file on multiple Exchange installs, on multiple clients, even in my own environment, and can confirm is it present no matter what the CU release level is, thus confirming it has nothing to do with being compromised.

Date modified I’m expecting reflects last system boot-up.

Surprised to see that there are no articles online regarding this file when searching for it specifically, so I decided to create this post to let you know you’re not alone, and the file probably is a system file.