@HotCakeX 

 

Upvoted, though to be honest most times a bit-locker drive is unlocked I'd hope that the user would retain control of their session and not have someone unauthorised jump on and access sensitive data. I'm sure there a use-cases I haven't thought of though.

 

Just in case your not aware, as a workaround you can lock via command prompt and powershell

 

Command prompt (assuming D: is the Bitlocker drive): manage-bde -lock "D:"

 

Powershell (assuming D: is the Bitlocker drive): Lock-BitLocker -MountPoint "D:\"

 

Bit of a hassle, but hopefully potentially save you some extra reboots. :smile:

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