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How does this change tie into MDT driven deployments? Current version supports legacy LPs - does this mean that a PowerShell-based wrapper is now required to install language packs at deployment time or will there be an MDT update to address this change?
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Going forward LXPs will be part of the language pack ISOs. So if you are doing media based update on enterprise machines, you will be able to install LXPs from the ISO similar to how language packs are installed today. You do not need to go to the Microsoft Store.
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How does this work for Enterprise organizations? Are you going to provide the LXP's in an ISO file or do all of them need to be downloaded from the store? What if we block the store? What are our options?
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The adoption is very good fast and agileAutopilot, which occurs with the Applications of third parties that are not in the Store, how the profile is backed up, in case of theft of equipment, how it is restored and what the equipment and the user had, this type is necessary of information.Use of Kios...
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Autopilot, which occurs with the Applications of third parties that are not in the Store, how the profile is backed up, in case of theft of equipment, how it is restored and what the equipment and the user had, this type is necessary of information.Use of KioskAutoPilot recommendations for WAN links...
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