With the new feature in Configuration Manager 1706 that makes it possible to launch Software center and show the correct application from a direct link in Software Center which is great! We can copy the link and email it to the user for instance. I have a customer that wanted to send out a mail
I wrote a blog post a while ago where I used a vbscript that will distribute the content of newly added package and check the “copy content in this package to a package share on Distribution Points”. i still use it and it works great… My college Johan Schrewelius re-wrote it to use Powershell instead
My college Johan Schrewelius wrote a script to copy log files from OSD to a network share like the functionality we have in MDT so I thought I would post it here as it is brilliant. It can be downloaded here: Onevinn – Scripts (schrewelius.it) The script “CopyOSDLogs.ps1” can be run anywhere in an OSD
In Windows 10 1607 App-V and UE-V are built-in natively in the Operating System (Not in Pro) and no additional setup needs to be run anymore, this is awesome! Both App-V and UE-V can be enabled using a Group Policy or by using the following Powershell commands, Enable-Appv and Enable-UEV. In some scenarios especially for
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
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
I wrote a handy little VBscript a couple of years ago that can be triggered by a Status Filter Rule to automatically distribute packages as soon as they are created to a Distribution Point. When upgrading to MDT 20213 Update 1 I missed this so I re-wrote it in Powershell. The script is triggered by
Microsoft Edge is the new always up-to-date, ultrafast and modern browser in Windows 10 CBB It is not included in the Long-Term Servicing Build of Windows 10. Microsoft Edge doesn’t share favorites with IE, it has its own favorites store which is located here: %Userprofile%\appdata\local\packages\Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_8wekyb3d8bbwe\ac\MicrosoftEdge\User\Default\favorites In Edge there is a built-in feature to copy favorites
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