In Windows 10 1511 there is a new feature which is enabled by default, “Let Windows Manage my default printer“. This setting will make the last printer you used the default printer. Update: In Windows 10 1607 there is a new user group policy setting to turn this feature of called “Turn off Windows default printer
I have the great honor to present two session at the Microsoft TechX in Stockholm 15-18 February 2016! TechX is a four day event(in Swedish), focusing on Azure 15-16 and Office 365 17-18, I am really looking forward to it! My session are: “Future of client management with Intune/Configuration Manager Hybrid” Where we will focus
When you are using Windows 10 and Windows Defender in Windows 10 then the definitions are as old as the .WIM file is. It is a good idea to update the definitions during OSD to make sure that the latest definitions are there. I have used Chris Nackers post and script a lot for downloading
This has been a hot potato with Windows 10, the fact there is a new edition of Windows 10 and that everyone using the school agreement isn’t allowed to use the Enterprise version of the OS. The must use new Education version which has its own media. When Windows 10 1507(10240) was released it was
I wrote a blog post before on how to remove the Edge icon in the Taskbar on Windows 10, http://ccmexec.com/2015/12/removing-the-edge-icon-from-the-taskbar-during-osd/ This post will cover how to use the same scripts and deploy a customized Taskbar instead with the Internet Explorer shortcut instead of the Edge icon. 1. Download the Script from Technet Galleries https://gallery.technet.microsoft.com/Manage-the-taskbar-remove-c3024e40 2.
This one isn’t pretty but it does work just fine. One of the most common questions I get when we do Windows 10 projects are how to modify the taskbar and to be more specific remove the Edge icon. The configuration of the Taskbar is stored in a big blob in the registry so what
Earlier this week the new ADK 10, 10.0.10586 was released or made available on Microsoft Download. I downloaded it as I and many others have had some issues with .Net applications and Powershell scripts in WinPE on X64 UEFI Machines when PXE booting them and the new ADK solves that problem 😀 More on the
In Windows 10 there are built-in support for Flash in both Internet Explorer 11 and Microsoft Edge but that doesn’t mean that you should use it! Even if that makes updating the Flash plugin much easier as it is done using Microsoft Update/WSUS/Configuration Manager it is still very many 0-Day vulnerabilities and security issues in