Category: Windows 10

Update Windows 10 multi-app kiosk using Run Script in MEMCM – 4Sysops

To follow up on the post on deploying a Windows 10 multi-app kiosk using MEMCM, this post shows how we can update the configuration using Run Scripts in Configuration Manager (MEMCM). A little background. In the last post, we deployed a Windows multi-app kiosk using an assigned access and PowerShell script during OS deployment. But

Deploy a Windows 10 multi-app kiosk with MEMCM and PowerShell – 4Sysops

I wrote a post on how to use Autologon.exe and PowerShell, thanks Johan Schrewelius, to make Autologin in Windows 10 a little bit more secure a while ago. https://ccmexec.com/2020/08/windows-10-secure-autologon-powershell/Taking this one step further I wrote a blogpost for 4Sysops.com on how to configure a multiapp Kiosk where that script is used as part of the

Windows 10 Secure AutoLogon – PowerShell

I wrote a blog post in June on how to use AutoLogon.exe in a Task Sequence to configure AutoLogon in Windows 10. https://ccmexec.com/2020/06/configuring-autologon-during-osd-using-autologon-exe/ After writing that post my colleague Johan Schrewelius wrote a nice little C# part for us which we use in Powershell so we can create and configure a LSA secret using PowerShell

Distribute Drivers at Mach speed

This is a report from the “Onevinn utility research kitchen” where we have spent a few days contemplating and testing driver distribution during OSD. Driver distribution appears to be the talk of the town and new solutions keep popping up at a high rate. Most of these solutions target bandwidth utilization and involves distributing compressed

Autopilot, ESP and extra login/reboots

Windows Autopilot is a great feature and together with the Enrollment Status Page (ESP) it becomes even more powerful as we can make sure for example configuration, applications, certificates and much more is applied before the end-user logs on for the first time so we can optimize their experience.   During our latest projects we have run into