I have ran a host of those commands to take away Windows Modern Apps. After running sysprep here is my master imaging VM and powering the VM back on, I had to go through the initial MS setup out of box adventure and it forced me to create a new user account. OK, fine, well when I logged in with the 2nd user account all of the apps I removed using my main local account in advance of sysprep are still on here for any new user that logs in. Please advise.
I want to use this build to create my Win10 imaging utility and I do not are looking to have to run a majority of these powershell instructions everytime I build a new computing device and log in with a new user. Mount the Win10 ISOCopy the set up. wim to another folderUse DISM to mount the install. wim after which run remove appx instructions to do away with stuff I didn’t wantMost importantly, you ought to do an offline registry edit and add the key “CloudContent” to HKLMPoliciesMicrosoftWindows and create a DWORD entry “DisableWindowsConsumerFeatures” and set the value to 1. This prevents all of the customer apps you’ve removed from mechanically streaming backtrack when a new user logs in. Then after committing your adjustments and unmounting the WIM, you import the set up.
wim into MDT and then deploy that to a blank VM. Build your image on that blank VM after which sysprep and trap and you’ll be good. I removed a number of apps from a Windows 10 1709 image downloaded from Volume License center. After install I found out that users can’t open the Windows Store which I desired to work, I tried to fix the Windows Store and got an error that Microsoft. NET. Native.
Runtime. 1. 4 was missing. I went back and installed a clean image and eliminated courses one by one and located that after I eliminated Microsoft. OneConnect, Microsoft.
NET. Native. Runtime. 1. 4 was also eliminated.
I also noticed that when I eliminated Microsoft. XboxIdentityProvider, Microsoft. NET. Native. Runtime.
1. 3 was also removed. I assume this is some kind of bug on Microsoft’s end.