06-06-2019 01:40 PM
06-06-2019 01:40 PM
We are using autopilot for existing devices workflow. Our Autopilot profile has "hidePrivacySettings=True", but ever since yesterday, every machine we've built using this workflow is prompting the user to make privacy setting choices. Why is this?
06-12-2019 01:12 PM
@derekliu Hmm very strange. Have you tried creating a new autopilot profile and assinging that to the same group? (offcourse disabeling the "old" profile)
06-12-2019 01:19 PM
@RobdeRoosAre you using the offline workflow (autopilot for existing devices)? If so, what is the value the "version" key?
06-12-2019 01:36 PM
@derekliu No I haven't used the offline way yet. But in my opinion the autopilot profile that gets assigned to the devices is 100% the same. So when a device gets to OOBE and the profile gets assigned it should work the same way.
Could it be that you have an older Windows 10 build?
06-28-2019 12:56 AM
Do you have a solution found yet, we have the same problem.
with the autopilot profile it works on version 1809 but on 1903 ik keeps showing the privacy screens.
i already made a new profile but that wasn't the solution.
06-28-2019 05:28 AM
09-13-2019 08:02 AM
10-16-2019 11:10 PM
I have this issue now with 1903, did you manage to fix it youself?
10-17-2019 12:14 AM
We have found a solution.
After some testing we noticed that the privacy settings are suppressed when you have the profile in place en you boot from UEFI. when you do a legacy boot you still getting the privacy screens.
After some more research we notices that with our legacy boot there was no extra system parttition(something UEFI does have).
After editing the unattended file with a system partition everything works fine now, we don't get the privacy screens anymore.
I hope this will help you
10-17-2019 12:29 AM
Hi, thank you for your reply. I am in fact already using UEFI boot with secure boot enabled.
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