- How can I use Windows AutoPilot with a Proxy ?
- How can I customize the start screen in Windows 10 using Intune
- System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1711 now available !
- How can I automate the deployment of Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) using MDT and PowerShell ?
- How can I quickly create a Hyper-V Virtual Machine using PowerShell
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Introduction Microsoft describes Windows AutoPilot as “Windows AutoPilot is a suite of capabilities designed to simplify and modernize the deployment and management of new Windows 10 PCs”. That roughly translates to a cloud based method of deploying new Windows 10 … Continue reading
Introduction I’ve been doing a lot of testing with Windows AutoPilot recently (blog post coming soon), and as part of that testing, I wanted my Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators update) devices to have a customized start screen (or … Continue reading
Introduction Microsoft (together with a bunch of Microsoft MVP’s in Seattle) have released the latest Technical Preview release of System Center Configuration Manager namely System Center Configuration Manager Technical Preview 1711. There are two main versions (of Configuration Manager) available: … Continue reading
How can I automate the deployment of Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update) using MDT and PowerShell ?
Introduction Microsoft released the new Surface Pro and recently a new operating system, Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators Update). Now you can automate the installation of it using PowerShell. This script has been written to allow you to automate … Continue reading
Introduction This is an extremely quick post to help you create Hyper-V virtual machines using PowerShell. The script assumes you’ve already installed the Hyper-V feature in Windows. You can define a bunch of variables *highlighted in red below* such as … Continue reading