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
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
There are many blogposts on how to configure Autologon for use when deploying kiosk devices for example. I needed to solve that in a kiosk scenario, more kiosk blogposts will be posted later.What are the challenges with Autologon then? To start with the OOBE phase clears out all Autologon registry values so they need to
One of the great new features in Windows 10 1809 is that Microsoft Edge now supports kiosk mode. It is extremely easy to configure and long awaited, so we don’t have to use Internet Explorer or Google Chrome for our kiosk computers anymore. Setting up Windows 10 1809 in kiosk mode using Intune is really easy
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