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Windows 10 DLL File Information - fvecpl.dll

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General Information

File Description: BitLocker Drive Encryption control panel  
File Version: 10.0.10130.0 (fbl_impressive.150522-2224)  
Company: Microsoft Corporation  
Product Name: Microsoft® Windows® Operating System  
DLL popularity Very Low - There is no any other DLL in system32 directory that is statically linked to this file.
File Size: 303 KB
Total Number of Exported Functions: 42
Total Number of Exported Functions With Names: 42

Section Headers

Name Virtual Address Raw Data Size % of File Characteristics Section Contains...
.text 0x00001000 165,888 Bytes 53.5% Read, Execute Code
.data 0x0002a000 1,024 Bytes 0.3% Write, Read Initialized Data
.idata 0x0002b000 13,312 Bytes 4.3% Read Initialized Data
.didat 0x0002f000 512 Bytes 0.2% Write, Read Initialized Data
.rsrc 0x00030000 120,320 Bytes 38.8% Read Initialized Data
.reloc 0x0004e000 8,192 Bytes 2.6% Read, Discardable Initialized Data

Static Linking

fvecpl.dll is statically linked to the following files:


This means that when fvecpl.dll is loaded, the above files are automatically loaded too. If one of these files is corrupted or missing, fvecpl.dll won't be loaded.


General Resources Information

Resource Type Number of Items Total Size % of File
Icons 1 87,472 Bytes 28.2%
Animated Icons 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Animated Cursors 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Bitmaps 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
AVI Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Dialog-Boxes 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
HTML Related Files 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Menus 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Strings 87 8,792 Bytes 2.8%
Type Libraries 0 0 Bytes 0.0%
Manifest 1 712 Bytes 0.2%
All Others 6 30,648 Bytes 9.9%
Total 95 127,624 Bytes 41.1%

Icons in this file

There are 1 icons stored in this DLL file. You can view all these icons in the following small thumbnail:

Cursors in this file

No cursors found in this file


Dialog-boxes list (up to 1000 dialogs)

No dialog resources in this file.


String resources in this dll (up to 1000 strings)

String ID String Text
1 BitLocker Drive Encryption
2 Protect your PC using BitLocker Drive Encryption.
3 BitLocker waiting for activation
6 BitLocker on
7 BitLocker suspended
8 BitLocker off
12 BitLocker Encrypting
17 BitLocker Encryption Paused
18 BitLocker Decrypting
19 BitLocker Decryption Paused
20 Restart required
23 (Locked)
30 Do you want to suspend BitLocker protection?
31 If you do, your data won't be protected. You might need to temporarily suspend BitLocker if you're updating your PC's firmware, hardware, or operating system. If you forget to resume BitLocker protection, it'll resume automatically the next time you restart your PC.
32 <a href="help-suspend">What happens when I suspend protection?</a>
33 Turn off BitLocker
34 Your drive will be decrypted. This might take a long time, but you can keep using your PC during the decryption process.
35 Turn off BitLocker
36 BitLocker encryption keys for connected drives are stored on the OS drive. Decrypting the OS drive requires that all the BitLocker-protected drives be decrypted. BitLocker-protected drives previously connected to this computer will require recovery. This might take considerable time. You can monitor the status of the decryption.
37 Decrypt all drives
38 Your drive will be decrypted.
39 BitLocker encryption keys for connected drives are stored on the OS drive. Decrypting the OS drive requires that all the BitLocker-protected drives be decrypted. BitLocker-protected drives previously connected to this computer will require recovery.
45 BitLocker Drive Encryption
46 Device Encryption
47 Device Encryption
48 Protect your PC using device encryption.
55 Disk Management
56 TPM Administration
57 Privacy statement
58 This password is the only way to unlock this drive. Add another unlocking method before removing this one.
59 This smart card is the only way to unlock this drive. Add another unlocking method before removing this one.
60 Automatic unlocking is the only way to unlock this drive. Add another unlocking method before removing automatic unlocking.
62 No smart card was detected. Insert your smart card and try again.
63 A certificate suitable for BitLocker can't be found on your smart card.
64 Do you want to continue?
65 This drive was encrypted on a computer running Windows Vista. If you continue and add a new unlocking method, you won't be able to unlock this drive with Windows Vista.
66 Remove the smart card?
67 If you remove this option, you won't be able to use a smart card to unlock this drive.
68 Adding Smart Card...
1103 BitLocker Drive Encryption
1104 Help protect your files and folders from unauthorized access by protecting your drives with BitLocker.
1138 DriveIcon
1140 Turn on BitLocker
1141 Turn off BitLocker
1142 Unlock drive
1143 Suspend protection
1144 Resume protection
1146 Removable data drives - BitLocker To Go
1147 Insert a removable USB flash drive to use BitLocker To Go.
1148 Administrative privileges required icon
1149 Administrative privileges required icon
1150 Administrative privileges required icon
1151 Administrative privileges required icon
1153 Change PIN
1154 Change password
1160 Toggle Drives
1161 Show or hide the Drive Options
1164 Administrative privileges required icon
1165 Add password
1166 Administrative privileges required icon
1167 Remove password
1168 Administrative privileges required icon
1169 Add smart card
1170 Administrative privileges required icon
1171 Remove smart card
1172 Administrative privileges required icon
1173 Turn on auto-unlock
1174 Administrative privileges required icon
1175 Turn off auto-unlock
1176 Administrative privileges required icon
1177 Copy startup key
1178 Administrative privileges required icon
1181 Drive
1195 Administrative privileges required icon
1196 Back up your recovery key
1199 Information
1200 For your security, some settings are managed by your system administrator.
1201 Operating system drive
1202 Fixed data drives
1204 To manage your encryption settings, go to Settings, choose System, and then choose Device Encryption.
1210 Device encryption
1211 Administrative privileges required icon
1214 Administrative privileges required icon
1215 Change how drive is unlocked at startup
1218 Back up your recovery key
1219 A recovery key helps you access your files and folders if you’re having problems unlocking your PC. A backup copy of your recovery key is stored in your Microsoft account online, but you can create another copy for safekeeping.
1222 Device encryption helps protect your files and folders from unauthorized access in case your PC is lost or stolen. Create a Microsoft account to get started.

COM Classes/Interfaces

There is no type library in this file with COM classes/interfaces information


Exported Functions List

The following functions are exported by this dll:
protected: __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::VolumeFveStatus(void)
public: __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::VolumeFveStatus(unsigned long,unsigned __int64,long,enum _FVE_WIPING_STATE)
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::FailedDryRun(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasExternalKey(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasPBKDF2RecoveryPassword(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasPassphraseProtector(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasPinProtector(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasRecoveryData(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasRecoveryPassword(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasSmartCardProtector(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasStartupKeyProtector(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::HasTpmProtector(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsConverting(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsCsvMetadataVolume(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsDEAutoProvisioned(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsDecrypted(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsDecrypting(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsDisabled(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsEDriveVolume(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsEncrypted(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsEncrypting(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsLocked(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsOn(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsOsVolume(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsPartiallyConverted(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsPaused(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsPreProvisioned(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsRoamingDevice(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsSecure(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsUnknownFveVersion(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::IsWiping(void)const
public: bool __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::NeedsRestart(void)const
public: class BuiVolume & __thiscall BuiVolume::operator=(class BuiVolume const &)
public: class VolumeFveStatus & __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::operator=(class VolumeFveStatus const &)
public: long __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::GetLastConvertStatus(void)const
public: static unsigned int const BuiVolume::NO_DRIVE_LETTER
public: unsigned __int64 __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::GetExtendedFlags(void)const
public: unsigned long __thiscall VolumeFveStatus::GetStatusFlags(void)const


Imported Functions List

The following functions are imported by this dll: