Good Morning,

We are starting to build a gold image of Windows 10 for test deployment in our educational organization then roll it out to everyone in due time.

At this time we are using version 1511 of Win 10 Education Volume.  A default install of windows adds a ton of bloat such as Candy Crush, XBOX, and Twitter.  After initial install we removed these and others via powershell and made a few basic changes to windows.  Since we are utilizing both the K1000 and K2000 we push out apps during imaging and by labels.

After making the initial changes, we sysprepped the system with our general information (organization name, keys, and admin info) then imaged the system with the k2000.  We test pushed (no domain joining or software install) the image only to a Win 10 compatible system.  The image pushed fine and the proper drivers for the system were pushed.

Upon looking the system over all the bloat we removed prior to imaging was re-installed.  

What can we do to prevent this?
Are there any tools to manage the install.wim to customize how windows installs prior to sysprep?


Any help appreciated.

Thank You,

Mark Howard
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I have a post task that runs this to reduce the crap

start /wait Powershell "Get-AppxPackage | % {if (!($_.IsFramework -or $_.PublisherId -eq "cw5n1h2txyewy")) {$_}} | Remove-AppxPackage"

start /wait Powershell "Get-AppXProvisionedPackage -online | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -online"
Answered 01/07/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • This is awesome SMal.tmcc. Thanks.
  • Sweet I'll have to use this as well, I cannot believe they have those stinking apps on ENTERPRISE that prevent sysprep from running....
  • If you want to pick and choose what to get rid of
    use
    Powershell "Get-AppXProvisionedPackage > file.txt" on you win10 master to see what apps you have then use

    Powershell "Get-AppxPackage "app package name" | Remove-AppxPackage"

    to get rid of

    also run

    Powershell "Get-AppXProvisionedPackage -allusers > allfile.txt" to see what ones you need to remove as admin.
  • I am new to KACE. Would I need to have these commands as a BAT file?
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Thank You.  It stinks Microshaft has to stoop this low with corporate versions of windows.  Sad they are adamant about having this garbage on their software.  If you remove it, it should stay removed and not reinstall during deployment.

Again thank you!
Answered 01/08/2016 by: m698322h
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I am keeping this blog up to date on the bloatware

http://www.itninja.com/blog/view/windows-10-deployment-re-adds-bloatware-tips-and-tricks-to-help-get-rid-of

but here is the post task I have been testing with.


Answered 01/12/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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I am testing today this in as my first post task as user administrator to get rid of everything I can and see if the image still functions ok.

start /wait Powershell "Get-AppXPackage | Remove-AppxPackage"

start /wait Powershell "Get-AppXPackage -allusers | Remove-AppxPackage"

start /wait Powershell "Get-AppXProvisionedPackage -online | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -online"
Answered 01/08/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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Here is another good one to use.  I wanted to blow away the contact support button on the all apps menu that goes to Microsoft

http://winaero.com/blog/how-to-uninstall-and-remove-contact-support-in-windows-10/

you can also gather the alluser.txt names and get rid of some of those with this by editing the line in the command file that has  the app name.
Answered 01/08/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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Here is a great script I found to be ran during the deployment of an image to a PC.  It can be modified to suit your company needs.  

Script works great!

https://github.com/cluberti/VDI/blob/master/ConfigAsVDI.ps1
Answered 04/19/2016 by: m698322h
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  • I received many errors when I ran this. I am not a programmer. How did it work great for you. I ran it on a 1511 Windows 10 machine with no customizations.
    Need to get rid of crapware. Any help would be appreciated.
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Here is a great script I found to be ran during the deployment of an image to a PC.  It can be modified to suit your company needs.  

Script works great!

https://github.com/cluberti/VDI/blob/master/ConfigAsVDI.ps1
Answered 04/19/2016 by: m698322h
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