Firstly lets establish how I’m creating my reference image.
I’m using two Hyper V Virtual Machines running on a solid state drive.
You can control file type associations with group policy and there are quite a few blogs already about this.
And more importantly kept in mind the overall process needed when multiple versions of a BIOS Update may be required (from A01 to Axx).
With this new script, I’ve introduced some new “features” Dell_Using this with OSD/MDT I’m not going to go over the script in its entirety here, however I will put out a few things specifically for using the “OSD” version of the script.
Some other file types you may want to change may include what application is associated with photos and videos as by default these are associated with the built in modern applications.
You may also want to change the default browser from Edge to Internet Explorer 11.
With Windows 10 now approaching its 2 month anniversary since RTM, I have finally finished the reference image our agency is going to use.
Its taken quite a few attempts to get things right so hopefully some of my approaches to implementing solutions to some common issues will save you some time and effort.There have been a few comments on that article and over time I’ve also had some issues with that version of the script brought to my attention.Some of these issues are: So with that I fired up Power GUI and started analyzing the entire flow of the script.Issue I noticed that when I put Windows Updates in the SCCM 2012 Task Sequence (“Deploy” and the “Build and Capture”) some Software Updates weren’t installed.Even after updating the Operating System Images Offline the issue still remained.I have had endless issues with stored procedures and EDMX.