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  1.    08 May 2017 #560
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    Quote Originally Posted by derpingit View Post
    hi everyone.. kind of off-topic, but i'm having an issue w/ the autologon part of oobe.. the img is supposed to auto logon 5 times for a number of scripts i run post-deployment, but it does nothing.. btw, this works on win7., and i do not see any errors on panther. anyone else?Attachment 134122
    This is a known issue in 1703. It should be fixed by the time the August, 2017 cumulative update is released.
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  2.    08 May 2017 #561
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    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyPK View Post
    This is a known issue in 1703. It should be fixed by the time the August, 2017 cumulative update is released.
    thanks, smiley .. is there a list of known issues somewhere? i'm as far as page 35 of this topic now.
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  3.    08 May 2017 #562
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    Quote Originally Posted by derpingit View Post
    thanks, smiley .. is there a list of known issues somewhere? i'm as far as page 35 of this topic now.
    Not to my knowledge. A Microsoft employee on Twitter said that this particular issue is known.
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  4.    09 May 2017 #563
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    A Finnish expat in Germany
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    Thread Starter

    Quote Originally Posted by SmileyPK View Post
    WHOA WHOA WHOA there, buddy! Let's try to keep wrong information to a minimum, mmkay?

    I use CopyProfile with local user accounts and domain user accounts every day.

    The default profile is the default profile. There is no such thing as a "default profile for domain accounts."

    There is one default profile for all users, whether local users or domain users.

    It sounds like your image is misconfigured. Please post your configuration so that I can help see where you went wrong. Thx!!!
    Good to get an expert opinion Taken out of context anything can be claimed to be wrong. The context of that statement of mine you quoted would have become clearer if you had also quoted the first sentence of the same post:

    Quote Originally Posted by Kari View Post
    A domain administrator sets up your domain account. He / she can even direct you to use a different profile.
    In domain environment an admin can for instance redirect user profiles to server. That effectively overwrites the visual customizations made by user.

    That being said, this tutorial is like Ten Forums in general for private users. The tutorial's purpose is to show how to customize a Windows install image to be used in a workgroup (no domain) environment.

    Kari
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  5.    11 May 2017 #564
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    Windows 10

    Any new info on the Star Menu problem after using CopyProfile in 1703?

    in SYSPREP breaks the start menu in Creators Update v1703
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  6.    12 May 2017 #565
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    Windows 10 (10240)

    It seems after reading portions of this thread that 1703 is considered "broken" at the moment for imaging, is that true? I also have ran into 1703 imaging issues. My current issue is that the "SetupComplete.cmd" script ends prematurely. Anyone else having that problem?

    Dustin
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  7.    18 May 2017 #566
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    Just wanted to ask - I followed the steps in the video where it says to turn the VM off when you are being asked for Microsoft Account / Setup user account - so I captured this image but it is still asking me to pick a keyboard etc? I thought the answer file would resolve this and make it a silent install?
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  8.    30 May 2017 #567
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    macOS 10

    I am using the CopyProfile option to retain the customized OEM information, but I noticed that this has the effect of also copying the install.wim file from the desktop to the new user account. Is there a way to prevent this?

    EDIT: Apparently there is! I can use an install.wim file from an external drive.
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  9.    30 May 2017 #568
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    A Finnish expat in Germany
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    Quote Originally Posted by RockyC View Post
    I am using the CopyProfile option to retain the customized OEM information, but I noticed that this has the effect of also copying the install.wim file from the desktop to the new user account. Is there a way to prevent this?
    Hi rocky, welcome to Ten Forums.

    This note is from beginning of Part Six of tutorial:

    Note   Note
    Please read before proceeding:

    Sysprepping with the Generalize switch and CopyProfile=TRUE has a small issue or rather a small inconvenience: it leaves the last used user folders (#1 in screenshot below) and recent files (#2) of built-in admin to end user's Quick Access:


    A very simple and fast workaround is to add this batch file to built-in admin's %appdata%\Microsoft\Windows\Start Menu\Programs\Startup folder in Audit Mode before running Sysprep. Name it as you want to using the .bat extension, I named it RunOnce.bat:
    Code:
    echo Y | del %appdata%\microsoft\windows\recent\automaticdestinations\*
    del %0
    The batch file explained:
    • echo Y | = Pipes (sends) a letter Y to the command given after the Pipe (|) character
    • del %appdata%\microsoft\windows\recent\automaticdestinations\* = Resets the Quick Access to defaults. This command expects the user to enter either Y for Yes or N for No. As the Y will be in this case piped, user interaction is not needed but instead the Y will be entered automatically
    • del %0 = Deletes the batch file itself after it has been run. Leaving this away, not deleting the batch file, would reset the Quick Access every time the user signs in

    File is now saved in built-in admin's Startup folder, which will be copied among other customizations to Default User Profile when you sysprep with CopyProfile set TRUE using the /generalize switch.

    Now whenever a new user account will be created, be it the initial user created in OOBE or any user created anytime later, the batch will be run once for each user resetting the Quick Access to defaults and then removing itself.

    Other than this minor inconvenience I have not found any whatsoever issues in Audit Mode, Sysprep, generalizing and CopyProfile functions.


    Kari
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  10.    06 Jun 2017 #569
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    Windows 10

    Got pointed here when I asked on reddit if anyone else had any clue on how to customise W10 for all new users after my previous method of using copyprofile broke search.

    It seems that this is a common W10 1703 issue and not just my issue.

    I am using MDT to edit the unattend.xml file (which reduces the number of steps required to do the customisation significantly. I am trying to follow georg49 suggestion of editing the WIM file, but since I am using MDT I am not sure if this is possible .. any ideas?

    Thanks
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