News and Updates An important update for Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT_KB4564442) has been released. This update fixes a boot loop issue. Download the update here There is no x86 version of Windows 11 This article is based on Windows 11 21H2 22000.258. I will update it in future as things progress In this article as with my previous ones we will walk through configuring Microsoft Deployment Toolkit to deploy the reference image created in the previous article: Build and Capture Windows 11 21H2 Reference Image
The RSAT tools in Windows 11 are not in the same location as Windows 10. In this guide we’ll go through how to quickly add all of them using PowerShell and where they are in the new Settings GUI. Installing RSAT the quickest and easiest way using PowerShell Run the following command in an elevated PowerShell session. 1 Get-WindowsCapability -Name RSAT* -Online | Add-WindowsCapability -Online When installation is completed, the icons will be available in the Start Menu under “Windows Tools”.
News and Updates Update: 2021-11-12 After testing, a Build and Capture Task Sequence now appears to work and sysprep works as expected. An important update for Microsoft Deployment Toolkit (MDT_KB4564442) has been released. This update fixes a boot loop issue. Download the update here There is no x86 version of Windows 11. This article is based on Windows 11 21H2 22000.258. I will update it in future as things progress.
Windows 11 is very similar to Windows 10 is terms of technology and core services, however with the new UI and Start Menu refresh there are some new elements that you may want to remove. Start Menu and Taskbar Layouts - Current Issues Another change with Windows 11 is the format of the exported Start Menu layout, it is now a .json file instead of XML. Unfortunately, there is a currently an issue where importing the Start Menu layout fails with an error.
This post is a cut down version of this one and only focusses on Windows 11, for clarity. Important note! A “provisioned app” is an app that is a part of the Windows 11 installation and will be available for all users. Otherwise the app is only installed for the currently logged on user. To remove apps for all future users and the currently logged on user, you must remove both types of app.
Page History Update 2021-11-22: Added information relating to Windows 10 21H2. Update 2021-09-03: Added information relating to Windows 11 21H2. Update 2021-05-12: Added information relating to Windows 10 21H1 May 2021 Update. Update 2020-11-02: Added information relating to Windows 10 20H2 October 2020 Update. Update 2020-06-12: Added information relating to Windows 10 2004 May 2020 Update (20H1). Update 2020-01-27: Removed information for old unsupported versions of Win 10 and added a table to show which app maps to the display names in PowerShell.