Windows 10: Customize in Audit Mode
Pinned Icons in Customized Audit Mode
I customized my Windows 10 in Audit Mode and created a answer file by the Windows System Image Manager. CopyProfile in the answer file is set on true
In the customization I removed the Edge browser Icon and the Windows Store from the Task bar. I know that pinned Icons at the taskbar will not been copied, but is there a way to force them anyway been copied???
Last edited by pkap72; 17 Feb 2016 at 06:46.
First a quote from Microsoft TechNet: Understanding Audit Mode:
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