Import Certificate

1. On Windows 10 Since Windows 8 and Windows Server 2012, importing certificates can be done easily using PowerShell, and more precisely with the command Import-Certificate This cmdlet allows to import one or more certificates in to a certificate store. In case of PFX certificate, the command Import-PfxCertificate can be used (Imports certificates and private … Read more

Windows 10 Customization

Here are a few customization that can be done on a Windows 10 image. Enable PowerShell Remoting Configure Remote Desktop Enable App-V Make IE the Default Browser Disable Quick Access: Recent Files Disable Quick Access: Frequent Folders Change Explorer Home Screen back to This PC Set Lock Screen Set Wallpaper Remove Built-in Apps Remove Edge … Read more

Fix App-V Sequencer Generated MSI Packages

In Windows 10 1607, Windows Installer packages (.MSI files) generated by the App-V sequencer (version 5.1 and earlier) fail to install on computers with the in-box App-V client. When you try to install such a MSI, you get the following error message even if in-box App-V client is enabled on the machine. Microsoft Application Virtualization … Read more

Win10 – Enabling App-V

Since Windows 10, App-V is a built-in feature of the Operating System. But this feature is not enabled by default. TechNet:   1. GPO To enable the App-V client with Group Policy: Open the device’s Group Policy Editor. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates > System > App-V. Run Enables App-V Client and then select … Read more

Win10 – Lock & Logon Screens Image

Before the anniversary update of Windows 10, the lock screen and the logon screen could have their own wallpaper, and if it was easy to manage the lock screen, defining the logon screen was more difficult and 3rd party tools must been used… Since Windows 10 Redstone, the lock screen and the logon screen share … Read more