Quick update: Windows 10 2004 (20H1)

Hi all, So far I've had no success with building and capturing a Windows 10 2004 image with MDT and the 1903 ADK (including WinPE) or the pre-release ADK and WinPE. Currently what happens is the image installs Windows without issue and run sysprep, but when booting into MDT's WinPE to do the capture, it... Continue Reading →

App Spotlight: Windows Admin Center

At the time of writing Windows Admin Center has been around for almost 18 months, in those 18 months it's come a long way and is still being actively developed and updated. It's a simple install, can be installed on either Windows 10 or Server 2016/2019, doesn't require an internet connection or Azure, and will... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 1903/1909 (19H1/19H2) Changes, Tips and Tricks

Here's a couple of helpful tips and tricks I've found from Windows 10 1909/1903 and previous versions. Let's get into them!   Search and Cortana Are Separated In 1903/1909. A good change IMO and my first impressions of the new search is that it's back to being as good as Windows 7's. The search bar... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 1709 Fall Creators Update Deployment Preview

I've been testing a preview build of Windows 10 1709 - the Fall Creators Update with Microsoft Deployment Toolkit and putting it through a few task sequences. I'm happy to say that I've not encountered any issues, which I did with previous updates. Keep reading for more info on my testing below. The main point... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 1607/1703 Start Menu Customisation – Update

Here's a quick update on an option I missed in my previous post about how to customise the Start Menu and Taskbar for new Windows 10 1607/1703 installs. Update 2017-05-02: This also works with Windows 10 1703 (Creators Update) The method that I used in my previous post would not be suitable for other environments... Continue Reading →

Windows 10 Insider Preview (Creators Update) – New OOBE

As we hurtle towards the release of the Creators Update, I decided to take a look at the new OOBE (Out Of Box Experience) that users will see when installing the update. The new OOBE has been a part of the Insider preview builds for some time now. It's main feature is Cortana support, so... Continue Reading →

Can The Windows Insider Builds Be Deployed With MDT?

I've been playing around with the Windows Insider Preview builds for a few months now and with the news that Microsoft are expanding the program to IT Pros (as well as many other types of users), I decided to look into seeing if the builds could be deployed via Microsoft Deployment Toolkit Build (8443). The... Continue Reading →

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