A new version of the windows 10 setup script has been added to our PowerShell gallery repository. We have made a few changes that not only make the script easier to read and understand but also add more functionality to the script. One of these changes is adding the ability to disable SMBv1. By disabling SMBv1 you can add more security to your devices as many crypto viruses use this to encrypt all your data. Disabling the protocol helps to prevent these types of attacks on your data. We have also added a Parameter to the scrip that gives you the ability to disable location and tracking services on the OS. This will provide better privacy and further reduce resource consumption on the device. More information about the script can be found on our official Windows 10 Setup Script page along with links to download the new version.
Before I have posted how you can create a TS for windows 10 , add a GUI to your TS and run a script to configure your windows 10 install . However all of this has become out dated and so I wanted to update all of that. This how to will walk you through how to create a TS that will allow you to choose a windows 10 or windows 7 image, name the computer, add the computer description to AD, Choose form a list what applications you want to install, Choose to enable BitLocker and set the PIN as well as create a local account. Prerequisites: MDT integrated to SCCM A boot image with the following components added Windows Powershell(WinPE-DismCmdlest) HTML(WinPE-HTA) Microsoft .NET (WinPE-NetFx) Windows Powershell (WinPE-Powershell) A windows 10 and windows 7 image 1. Download the package I have put together containing the scripts you will need https://github.com/sccmtst/SCCM-Management-Scripts/tree/master/TSGUI 2. If you have not already done so download and instal
When a little after windows 10 build updates started coming out Microsoft released a new feature in SCCM called Windows 10 Serving. This feature is used to deploy windows 10 build to devices, However the deployment status and some of the reporting are not always the most accurate. So I will show you away that you can deploy the update using a standard application deployment. You will need to enable the windows 10 serving feature in your SCCM environment or have access to a SCCM setup that has windows 10 serving enabled. If you dont have it enabled here is a good way to do so Download the Windows 10 Serving Update, to do so find the update and right click Download Once you have the update downloaded navigate to the path you downloaded the update to and copy the content of the GUID folder to a folder in your content library source. You should see a esd file and a WindowsUpdateBox.exe file in the folder. In the folder you copied the content to create a bat file with the following sta