Windows 10: Microsoft Official Confirms “Windows 10 Is the Last Version of Windows

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       16 May 2015 #121

    lehnerus2000 said: View Post
    If MS provided a simple one click GUI tool, users could to do that locally.
    Could you elaborate on that a little. In Accounts is the sync control and you can choose sync all. Maybe I'm not understanding what you mean.
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  2.    16 May 2015 #122

    Cliff S said: View Post
    I think Microsoft has "just about"(but not quite) perfected OS syncing. It's like Google Chrome, when ever I install it, then type in my password, within a couple of minutes I have all my add-ons, chosen theme, bookmarks & cookies(for web sites I visit), and most importantly, my settings which I have set perfectly for my use.
    FF has that too.
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       16 May 2015 #123

    CountMike said: View Post
    FF has that too.
    Yes and thank God. When I do a fresh install of a Linux Distro it speeds things up. For some reason I only use Fire Fox on Linux but not Windows. But I find Chrome's/Chromium' faster and more thorough, plus it's easier. With FF you need to go into settings find the sync option and jump through some hoops, but with Chrome it's the first thing that pops up after install and you only have to sign in.
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       16 May 2015 #124

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Could you elaborate on that a little. In Accounts is the sync control and you can choose sync all. Maybe I'm not understanding what you mean.
    I mean you click a button and the OS generates an answer file (e.g. XML file).
    When you are installing your new OS (or maybe even after it has been installed) instead of connecting to MS, you point the OS at the XML file and it sets up your new OS based on that file.

    You can create a "settings" file when you are installing Windows Server and then use that to set up other servers.
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       16 May 2015 #125

    CountMike said: View Post
    Dog and pony show must not stop.
    Amen to that. I went back to Win 7 as I am tired of seeing all of the leaks and MS not releasing any builds. I learned all I need to know about it so I will just wait for the Final.
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       16 May 2015 #126

    lehnerus2000 said: View Post
    I mean you click a button and the OS generates an answer file (e.g. XML file).
    When you are installing your new OS (or maybe even after it has been installed) instead of connecting to MS, you point the OS at the XML file and it sets up your new OS based on that file.

    You can create a "settings" file when you are installing Windows Server and then use that to set up other servers.
    Oh you were talking about being able to set up or "cloning"(like the warehouse where I work) a bunch of PC's/servers at once. Kinda like WSUS for a Windows install?
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  7.    16 May 2015 #127

    lehnerus2000 said: View Post
    I mean you click a button and the OS generates an answer file (e.g. XML file).
    When you are installing your new OS (or maybe even after it has been installed) instead of connecting to MS, you point the OS at the XML file and it sets up your new OS based on that file.

    You can create a "settings" file when you are installing Windows Server and then use that to set up other servers.
    That would be really nice. I've played around with trying to create an auto answer file but just get royally confused and end up with a headache. I roll my own $OEM$ folders into my install thumb drives for each PC I own. The auto answer file would be the next step to speed things up. All the stuff sync doesn't handle, time zone, location, username, etc.
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  8.    16 May 2015 #128

    Cliff S said: View Post
    Oh you were talking about being able to set up or "cloning"(like the warehouse where I work) a bunch of PC's/servers at once. Kinda like WSUS for a Windows install?
    I do believe he's talking about an auto answer file. It automatically fills in all the prompts for info you get during the install. Plus more if you want.
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       16 May 2015 #129

    alphanumeric said: View Post
    I do believe he's talking about an auto answer file. It automatically fills in all the prompts for info you get during the install. Plus more if you want.
    New to me, Ha! I just learned something. Like Form Auto-fill in a browser?
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  10.    16 May 2015 #130

    Cliff S said: View Post
    New to me, Ha! I just learned something. Like Form Auto-fill in a browser?
    https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/...(v=ws.10).aspx
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