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Many folks store BitLocker keys "someplace" - be it in AD ...
You *COULD* store BitLocker keys as Custom Data for each device (as an example).
There's about as many ways / places to store it & such as you can think of (many of whom come with their own up & down-sides).
So "it can be done" ... sure ... by and large (I find) usually more of a process / organisational question as to "who / which team should own the data" ... and that usually dictates where the data ends up being stored (as "said team" should be able to access it).
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five(9)s.GmbH.Support.Account provided a Idea in that thread:
If you use a powershell script in conjunction with a miniscan you can do nice things...