Hi, I assume you imported it using Dism, and this is what will happen when the TV & Movies app are updated. If you either deploy the .xml file using GPO or uninstall the TV & Movies app you will not see that message anymore..
In Windows 10, we can no longer use Group Policy Preferences to control file associations, because these settings are now user-based, instead of system-based as they were in Windows 7. To deploy the default file […]
If Windows Upgrade Analytics flags clients as “ready to upgrade,” Configuration Manager automatically starts the upgrade process. You can create new collections based on existing collections and the assessments of […]
Great article! One of the biggest reason we very seldom recommend to do an in-place upgrade is the fact that many of the new security features that we want to leverage in Windows 10 like, Credential guard for instance requires UEFI and Secureboot to be used. Which cannot be enabled when we do an in-place upgrade as we must change the partitioning on the machines and wipe the disk.
There are more concern but this is the number one reason for not doing an in-place upgrade.
Sounds a bit strange, I have seen something similar when there where blank spaces in the end of one of the rows. But I am not sure if it applied the taskbar anyway though. If you like you could send me the .xml file and I can have a look at it.
Windows Upgrade Analytics redirects telemetry information based on a unique Commercial ID (GUID) which you can generate in the Operations Management Suite workspace that is set up for you when you sign up for a […]
For the dynamic part it depends on the LayoutCustomizationRestrictionType=”OnlySpecifiedGroups” for the start menu part, then you can manage some of the Groups and these can be managed dynamically as well using a Group policy. You seem to be missing that and then it will lock the start menu.
Dave did you log on as a new user on that machine which didn’t have a profile before?`It will not modify any existing profiles only set the default for all new profiles when you import it using Powershell. If you want to change existing you must use the GPO, Note that the GPO will overwrite the Start Menu settings for the existing users as well as I wrote in the article.