User Experience Virtualization(UE-V) is builtin Windows 10 1607 and no longer a standalone installer as it has been before. This is great as UE-V is a very powerful solution to Synchronize application settings like for instance Outlook signatures; IE favorites, Windows themes and so on. When we design and build our new Windows 10 platform
In Windows 10 1607 the TPM Password Hash is no longer accessible from within windows. This is design change to increase the Security in windows 10 which you can read more about here: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/itpro/windows/keep-secure/change-the-tpm-owner-password Quote: “Starting with Windows 10, version 1607, Windows will not retain the TPM owner password when provisioning the TPM. The password
There seems to be a bug in the Windows 10 1607 ADK when trying to load the components needed to for instance deploy a machine when using 802.1x in your network. The service fails to load with System Error 126 as shown in the screenshot below. There are some comments about it on forums and
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
Another post of mine on how to make Windows 10 1607 handle the way I like in an Enterprise is now live on the 4Sysops website. Many enterprises would like to control and remove such notifications because they can confuse users and trigger unnecessary help desk calls. At the time of this writing, no Edge setting
I had to write a post on the new options we have in Windows 10 1607 and managing the items in the Taskbar, it is now live at 4Syops.com where I am one of the authors. It covers how to deploy a custom taskbar during OS deployment, Group Policy, Powershell script and some lessons I
When deploying Windows 10 1607 the anniversary update for the first time I realized I need to be able to filter applications and also Task Sequence steps based on builds in the future. Why? Well I am lazy so I just copied my existing Windows 10 deployment Task Sequence and it failed when deploying applications
This solution has been created and tested by a colleague of mine Johan Schrewelius, he has done most of the work so I cannot give him enough credit for this. We have been using it for a while now and it works great, it is 100% unsupported 😉 as we change values on a read-only
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