DJ_Mo Posted September 21, 2016 Report Share Posted September 21, 2016 I am wanting to use SmartDeploy to deploy "Windows 10 Edu". I wanted to get ideas on best practices on how to remove certain provisioned packages from the base image, so when new domain users log on to the PC... they wont see certain provisioned packages. Provisioned packages such as "Get Office", XBOX, Solitaire Collection, One Drive, Mail App, Groove Music, Zune Video, "Skype Preview" etc. So far I have fired up my virtual machine, installed Windows 10 Edu, installed Office 2016, our antivirus, Adobe Reader DC, performed all updates. Do I remove the apps using PowerShell commands as mentioned in this article "https://4sysops.com/archives/remove-provisioned-built-in-apps-in-windows-10/" ? Does this need to run under Local Administrator? Or should I use Local Group Policy or should I use our AD Group Policy on the PCs (my fear with this is, I dont want it to slow down boot up time if it has to run uninstall apps all the time on boot up)? Links or instructions on how to do this would be great. Any other advice on what you guys do with Windows 10 Edu version before deployment. Thanks. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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