Windows 10 – Remove Windows.old Folder

Long time no see, huh? Now I’m back with a new post about removing the Windows.old folder after a feature Upgrade.
Recently I seen this on twitter, a commented it with: Why don’t you let the automation from Windows 10 let it do. But since then, I was in a project, where the removal of this folder was required, and within the Upgrade Task Sequence. I thought, this is easy, starting the Scheduled Task should do the job…
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Windows 10 1703 – Remove Universal Windows Platform (UWP) Apps

DON’T Do THIS! Use AppLocker instead! Do not remove any apps from the image

Hi reader,

I would like to share my script to remove windows universal apps, which I have tried to make it simple as possible.
First let me explain, that there seems to exist two different types of Apps which reside within the Windows 10 Image. You can list them with Get-AppxPackage and Get-AppxProvisionedPackage (you need Administrator permission to do so):

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ConfigMgr – My Guide for a SCCM driven Windows 10 Installation

In this blog I would like to give an overview of my Windows 10 Installation, since this has changed a lot to previous versions of Windows.
This blog will cover the following topics:

  • Windows 10 Image Customization
  • Windows 10 Unattended File
  • Windows 10 Language Pack (MUI) Integration
  • Optional: Windows 10 with .Net feature

The blog is based on Windows 10 1703:

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ADFS – Single Sign On with automatic Login on Edge Browser

Today I would like to share my experience when it comes to add a User Agent (e.g. Browser) to the list of Single Sign On capable applications. There is quite a good Article from Microsoft that describes how to add a User agent to the ADFS Configuration, you will find this Article here:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/windows-server/identity/ad-fs/operations/configure-intranet-forms-based-authentication-for-devices-that-do-not-support-wia
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ConfigMgr – Create Office 365 Package through Console

Today I would like to show you, how you can easily create and deploy an Office 365 Application within Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager Console.
Within the ConfigMgr Console navigate to the “Office 365 Client Management” Dashboard, and click on “Office 365 Installer”:
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