Note: Below are some information from searching around the Internet. To skip to my main question, go to the last line of this post.
I've been searching around on how to change the Volume Master Key (VMK) in BitLocker. Thus far, I have not been able to find any information on how to do so. The closest we can get is from the BitLocker Drive Encryption Technical Overview with the following passage.
When BitLocker is re-enabled, the unencrypted key is removed from the disk and BitLocker protection is turned back on. Additionally, the volume master key is keyed and encrypted again.
Does this mean that the VMK is regenerated? The confusion here is the use of the word "keyed" instead of "rekeyed". More specifically, we can find that in the same page, we also have the following passage.
the addition of the volume master key allows the system to be re-keyed easily when keys upstream in the trust chain are lost or compromised.
The intentional use of the word "re-keyed" and "keyed" gives the impression that they have different meaning, which led to my confusion. With this information in mind, my question is as follows.
How does one go about changing the Volume Master Key (VMK)?