Perhaps it's different in EMEA, but I booted the Surface into Windows 10 and confirmed that BitLocker is off by default. Based upon this http://helpcenter.veeam.com/endpoint/11/bitlocker.html
I'd expect that if a drive were protected by BitLocker that I'd get prompted to type the password for that volume which didn't happen. I agree, Mike, that VEB shouldn't be able to work to see inside an encrypted volume without having the key to get into the volume. Unfortunately, that doesn't seem like the case here. The issue in this case is that when I went to do the restore I couldn't event see
the volume during the restore step but I could see it earlier in the process.
I appreciate everyone's help on this. At this point, I've thrown in the towel on getting the full system restore to work and am restoring individual files / directories instead. I've got VEB installed on the new OS and the restores are going very
quickly. I'm headed out on a trip in a few hours and would like to take a functioning Surface with me else I would have been able to further dig into what was causing the issues with the full system restore. As-is, I'm done with the file restores and have a few additional pieces of software to reconfigure.