Windows 10: Customize Windows 10 Image in Audit Mode with Sysprep
That's crazy. I really don't know what process makes the OneDrive icon appear.
Do you think it's the Windows install an active network connection, or windows being activated in audit mode that's causing the broken search bar with CopyProfile true? Or both?
Not every time. My recommendation is based on my simple test results: I occasionally end in the OOBE reboot loop after the Sysprep when Windows has been installed with network connection but never have any issues when installation itself is done not connected and the network is first connected in Audit Mode.
Welp I'm still having the same issue with copyprofile true breaking search bar after a CU is applied. Once that CU is on the system and a new account is created, search bar is an unresponsive broken waste of space. If I remove the CU all is well.
Could this be a bug? I've tried only applying the CU on the image before capture, I've tried only applying the CU with DISM to the .wim , I've tried only applying the CU after loading to the desktop after OSD. All I can say is no matter what stage I introduce the CU, if copyprofile = true, then it = broken search bar on new account creation.
I tried from a fresh install on a VM and didn't activate windows this time, still same result.
Looks like no Windows 10 deployment for us for a while.
I had the same experience. I mentioned earlier that if you also remove the updates at any point, it fixes both new and existing profiles. It is definitely a problem with updates.
mentioned here @ 3rd from top - Windows 10 Image - Customize in Audit Mode with Sysprep - Page 12 - Windows 10 Forums
Has anyone reported it in the Feedback app? If so, please let me know so that I can upvote it.
I did in the "Cortana and search/ Cortana Search UI" section. I may have been too wordy, but I reported it about 5 days ago
Will take a look later today. Thanks.
On a side note, has anyone tried updating to a new build in Audit Mode? Or is that even possible to test yet because only new Insider (not public) builds are available right now?
KB3081438 is broken too, but KB3081444 seems to be fine
I am fully testing KB3081444, but it does appear to be fixed. However, you do still have to uninstall KB3081438 or KB3081436, for some reason...
I have the same problem. I have been advised to try removing copyprofile from the unattend.xml when creating the image and add it again, when applying the image. I am very exited, if that works.
Okay, just testet this. It dosent work.
But I just removed the Copyprofile, and everything works. Guess you dont need the copyprofile, when you created the image in auditmode.
Last edited by krj; 21 Aug 2015 at 06:39.
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