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Introduction I've been doing a lot of testing with Windows AutoPilot recently (blog post coming soon), and as part of that testing, I wanted my Windows 10 version 1709 (Fall Creators update) devices to have a customized start screen (or start menu as people often refer to it) with some Office applications and device configuration profiles installed. The ability to customize the start menu in Windows 10 is nothing new but I ran into some issues with the process, as I was using a 32 bit version of the Office Suite so I thought I'd document the fix here. The issue I observed was that a
bman posted a topic in Deploying Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 7 and more...Hello, I am deploying Windows 10 to a new PC with MDT 2013 Update 1. I have customized the Start Menu to only show the apps I want instead of the default ones and using powershell exported the menu settings as an XML file. In the task sequence for the deployment I have a powershell script running to import the xml file and set the start menu to the way I want. Everything works as long as I have the copy profile set to false in the answer file. If I set it to true the start menu is not as the xml file sets it. Any ideas as to what I need to do to get it working with the copy profile set to tr