Removing built in apps from Windows 10 1607/1703/1709/1803/1809/1903

Edit History Update 23/05/2019: Updated to reflect the apps included in Windows 10 1903, May 2019 Update Enterprise edition. Update 06/10/2018: An update to reflect some tests I've done with Windows 10 1809, October 2018 Update. Update 07/05/2018: A minor update to reflect some quick tests I've done with Windows 10 1803, April 2018 Update. Update 30/03/2018:... 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 →

Customising the Start Menu and Taskbar with Windows 10 1607/1703

This week I've gone pretty deep down the rabbit hole of automating the Start Menu and Taskbar layouts during an MDT Task Sequence. Update 02/05/2017: This also works with Windows 10 1703 (Creators Update) As every device I'm deploying will have the same customisation I wanted to automate it during the build or deploy Task Sequence,... Continue Reading →

Building a Windows 10 1607 Reference Image with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 8443

Following on from my previous post (Getting Started With Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 8443 and Windows 10 1607), I'll be continuing my series of deploying Windows 10 with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit. Update 02/05/2017: Please note that this post is also relevant to Windows 10 1703 (Creators Update) with a few minor changes, which I've posted about here. In... Continue Reading →

Getting Started With Microsoft Deployment Toolkit 8443 and Windows 10 1607/1703

For this post the demo network consists of an Active Directory Domain Controller (DC01), a WSUS server (WSUS01) - here's a previous post on installing WSUS, a server that will have Microsoft Deployment Toolkit installed (WDS01) and a blank Hyper-V Virtual Machine for creating the reference image. Update 02/05/2017: Please note that this post is... Continue Reading →

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