Systems Management Question

Windows 10 LTSB One Drive removal

10/04/2016 8267 views
Is there a way to remove One Drive from all users without using local computer policy or group policy?  I am working on an image for Windows 10 LTSB. I remove One Drive from the admin account and then sysprep and create an image using the K2000.  I am creating a few accounts using post installation tasks and One Drive is showing up on those accounts. I am new to imaging with the K2000 and am racking my brain on this one.
We can't use local or Group policy because we do have some users using One Drive and it would be to hard to manage in that aspect. We dont want our users creating their own account and storing company information in One Drive. We have many sites across the country and many different types of users. Some of our computers are domain and others are not. Some computers are used by employees and others by residents(public) 
It is a possibility that we may start using One Drive in the future and I don't want to have to rebuild 1000's of computers. I would like to be able to hide One Drive for all users on the computer. Is this possible without removing it from each user after imaging the computer?
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If you remove it from your admin user and copy that profile to default it stops it.

Answered 10/05/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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If i am not mistaken the onedrive setup is referenced in the default-user-profile's registry. Load it, locate the run key and delete the reference and it should be gone!
Answered 10/13/2016 by: Hedkandi
White Belt

I know this is an old thread but can anyone tell me why i'm not able to upgrade Windows 10 Enterprise 2015 LTSB (Build 10240) to Windows 10 Enterprise 2016 LTSB (Build 149393.0) via WSUS

I am getting offered upgrades for Enterprise, Education and Pro but not LTSB. Am I missing something?

Any help would be appreciated.
Answered 10/05/2016 by: alicewonder
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  • LTSB doesn't do upgrades. The only way to get a new release is to reinstall.

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