Tag: Windows 10

Making the IE shortcut survive an in-place upgrade in Windows 10

I wrote a post on how to add an Internet Explorer shortcut to the Start Menu in Windows 10 which turned out not to be the easiest thing to do. The post can be found here: https://ccmexec.com/2015/09/customizing-the-windows-10-start-menu-and-add-ie-shortcut-during-osd/ When I started to upgrade Windows 10 1507 – 1511 I realized that the “Internet Explorer.lnk” file is

Group Policy Result errors when Windows Defender is managed through Configuration Manager

When managing Windows Defender on Windows 10 with Configuration Manager you will see an error when you use the Group Policy Management Console to view the Group Policy Result on a computer. Looking something like this. The reason for this is that Configuration Manager writes the values that you set in a policy as DWORD

Presenting at TechX in Stockholm 15-18 February 2016!

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

Customizing the Taskbar in Windows 10 during OSD

I wrote a blog post before on how to remove the Edge icon in the Taskbar on Windows 10, https://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.