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  1. I solved the problem. We install with clean iso win8.1, the first inclusion we create a local account (disable Internet access at the time of creation) Next, we remove all Windows applications by running the following cmdlets: Import-Module Dism Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Where PublisherId -eq 8wekyb3d8bbwe | Format-List -Property PackageFullName,PackageUserInformation Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Format-List -Property PackageFullName,PackageUserInformation Remove-AppxPackage -Package "package name here" We remove all application packages. Now we install all updates, after again we delete all applications through the cmdlet: Remove-AppxPackage -Package "package name here" and now it captures the image for pouring on pxe
  2. Good evening everyone. There is Win 8.1 (the latest all updates of Office 2016 were released) SCCM 2012, I try to create an image through the "image capture tool", I run it through TSMBAutorun.exe, when executing SYSprep it gives an error: The sequence of tasks: failure of the image capture wizard; Error Code (0x00004005) The error appears when starting the SYSprep operation in the log file, which is located: I found an MS article that such a problem may exist, here is the link: https://support.microsoft.com/en-sg/help/2769827/sysprep-fails-after-you-remove-or-update-windows -store- приложения, что-inc Where it is described that you need to remove a package that prevents Sysprep programs Sysprep log says that the problem is with the installed package (application) Package 24712m1dfmmengesha.TestFrameworkwin81appxneutral06_4.0.0.7_neutral__x35ns48czryn0 When running the Powershell cmdlet : Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Format-List -Property PackageFullName, PackageUserInformation shows: PackageFullName: 24712m1dfmmengesha.TestFrameworkwin81appxneutral06_4.0.0.7_neutral__x35ns48czryn0 PackageUserInformation: {S-1-5-21-2572889256-3818871501-1666735131-33749 [Unknown user]: installed} When running the cmdlet Powershell - writes an error: Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage:The system cannot find the specified file. In line: 1 character: 1 + Delite-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -PackageName 24712m1dfmmengesha.TestFrameworkwinwin ... Please help me figure out how to remove this package.. - 24712m1dfmmengesha.TestFrameworkwin81appxneutral06_4.0.0.7_neutral__x35ns48czryn0
  3. Good afternoon! I study these cool manuals, Very cool! My question is, I do not quite understand what the goal is being pursued? what are we doing this for? when we create GPO "Allow inbound File and Printer Sharing Exception" Please explain
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