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MikeH40
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2nd question - We currently deploy Windows 10 with Office 2016 using SCCM.  As part of the build we also deploy a start menu layout by using powershell Import-StartLayout that has the office 2016 apps.

 

Via SCCM we deploy the in-place upgrade of Office 365 which works fine.  However if I deploy a new star layout, the currently logged in user does not get it.  It just removes the 2016 icons.  However any new user logging in get the correct start layout.

 

How can I get the current user to use the new start layout ?

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Shame. At least I wont spend more hours trying to fix it !
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@MikeH40 Have you tried Manage Windows 10 Start and taskbar layout? I think part of this is by design in terms of Windows 10 which is different than Windows 7.  Unfortunately, making some tasks which should be easier more difficult.

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We could do this via GPO, but I don't want to force start menu. The way we do it now allows the user to change it. Also in the article it mentions using Intune to manage it. We are not currently using co-management, That will come in the future
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