In my earlier blog, I talked about creating an MSI that can be used to help configure Windows 10 with things that can't easily be done via MDM policies. Based on feedback, I added a few new items that you may also be interested in:
At the same time, I also added the "packages" folder that wasn't included before (so if you tried to use the Make.cmd it would complain that the PowerShellWixExtension wasn't found - if you are a NuGet expert you could fix that yourself, but there aren't many NuGet IT pro experts out there).
If you cloned the GitHub repository at https://github.com/mtniehaus/AutopilotBranding, just sync to get the latest changes.
I should probably talk a little more about the language packs too. First, I recommend you read this article for an overview of the process and terminology. Then, some additional comments:
One final note: I wouldn't expect everyone to want to use all pieces of this. I've tried to make the different configurations optional via the Config.xml file. If you don't include any <App> entries, it won't remove apps. If you have a blank TimeZone value, it won't set the time zone. If you don't specify any <Feature> entries, it won't install any features. If you don't include any CAB files, it won't install language packs. If you don't specify the name of the Language.xml file to use, it won't reconfigure the languages. So you can pick and choose, and customize as needed.
As before, feel free to provide feedback via e-mail, GitHub, Twitter, etc. Pull requests via GitHub will be considered as well.
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