From Zero to 10 – Windows 10 Deployment Round-up

This is a round-up all my previous posts regarding deployment and configuring Windows 10, installing  Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and Windows Server Update Services into one post for reference. Installing and Configuring a WSUS Server Installing WSUS from scratch! Resolving WSUS Connection Errors On Windows Server 2012 R2 Installing and Configuring Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Getting Started... Continue Reading →

Configuring Hyper-V For Support Of Nested Virtual Machines

With Hyper-V it is possible to run VMs inside of VMs without needing to install third-party virtualization software. You might not have the need to run an entire Virtual Machine inside of another, but some upcoming security features of Windows 10 require Hyper-V to be enabled so this could be a way to have those security... Continue Reading →

Delving Into Disabling OneDrive

UPDATE 2017-11-07: After testing the method below on Windows 10 1703, I found that it wasn't working as it did with 1607. To disable One Drive and remove the One Drive folder from the Navigation Pane of Windows Explorer, enable the group policy item: Computer Configuration/Policies/Administrative Templates/Windows Components/OneDrive/Prevent Usage of OneDrive for file storage and... Continue Reading →

Removing built in apps from Windows 10 all versions incl. 1809/1903/1909

Page History Update 2019-10-06: Updated to include Windows 10 1909 November 2019 Update (19H2) Enterprise edition. Update 2019-05-23: Updated to reflect the apps included in Windows 10 1903, May 2019 Update (19H1) Enterprise edition. Update 2018-10-06: An update to reflect some tests I've done with Windows 10 1809, October 2018 Update. Update 2018-05-07: A minor update to... Continue Reading →

Fully Automated Image Factory for Microsoft Deployment Toolkit

UPDATE: This post is old and intended as a walk through on how my original script was put together for those wishing to learn PowerShell. For the finished, up-to-date script please check out this post and you can download the script from my Microsoft TechNet profile. Recently I've been looking into automating my image build... Continue Reading →

Tales From The Real World: Windows 10 Deployment

I've been doing a reasonably large scale Windows 10 deployment recently and I thought I'd feedback on performance of my MDT setup, whilst also taking into account the specification and topology of the network. Below is a screenshot of the times of some successfully completed deployments for reference. As you can see, they're in the vicinity... Continue Reading →

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