There are two ways to do so. Here are the steps for creating a Group Policy to block Contact Support, the same steps would be used to block Microsoft Edge and Windows Feedback if that is a requirement for you as well. . It is linked with the ContentDeliveryManager app. But it seems to be working — I ran the other commands and then created a new user and the change propagated to their currentuser hive when they logged in. Microsoft has mentioned in a that this behavior is by design. Windows 10 Pro use rights also are getting trimmed down by Microsoft with regard to its virtualization tools.
After reboot open up services. We are a push button society and people want easy! And running Get-AppxPackage -AllUsers is also giving me a much shorted list than expected. Their solution is to use Windows AppLocker to block Spotlight. So we had to endure two years of updating Windows 7 to Windows 10. No, I am not too lazy to learn a new system. Find a full list of provisioned packages in my other article.
Almost all business and major corporations use a Unix base system anyway. According to the article I posted, I won't even be able to block auto-installed apps aka adware in Windows 10 Pro with Group Policy. Just add the new hard drive, and use that one for Linux my preference is Linux Mint. How to Use AppLocker to Block Microsoft Store Apps from Running in Windows 10 helps you control which apps and files users can run. Source: It is important to note that unwanted apps like Candy Crush are not pre-installed and neither are the suggestions or the dynamically inserted app tiles. So, the maximum deferral supported by Microsoft would be up to about this time next year. This fits into the value of Windows 10 Enterprise.
They do contain the note stating that the policy only applies to the listed editions of Windows 10, and modifying the policy has no affect on editions not listed there. Just like Linux use to be! I have since restored my previous Win 10 Pro install. Or dual boot and just disable network connections. Plus, they can simply sign out of their work account and sign back in to the Store with a personal Microsoft account and install their personal Store apps from home on their work computer. Windows is usually best for games and Photoshop etc. Just don't approve any via Windows Store for Business and implement it that way.
Still, please try to make it more idiot proof and take out the geek effect. If you flood their phone lines, they start to worry. Solution Two: Force Uninstall AppLocker To help you completely uninstall AppLocker , Wise Uninstaller offer you further powerful uninstall solution. Regarding moving to Enterprise I believe this is already a subscription based option? If you want to read more about Start layout customisation I suggest this TechNet blog: Dynamically inserted app tiles Dynamically inserted app tiles are where you find all that bloatware like Candy Crush and FarmVille. It shows a contempt for the customer and a disregard for those of us who have been faithful Microsoft shops and running Pro for the past decade or more. I've got it blocked for Students, but for Staff I've left it enabled and had a played around while using a test 'teacher' account.
Linux has most everything you need to accomplish the things that the private sector or business sector needs. I spoke English for the last 39 years but I have no idea what that paragraph says. They told me that they could not confirm this info on any Microsoft web site big surprise. But they are not there. Thankfully there are still viable alternatives at the moment. Admins can still block by creating a rule for packaged apps. Then get another hdd and duel boot.
Scrapped, blocked — and of course just out of friendliness, just to protect us, the users, against our own silly irresponsible mistakes. Like for example we get this king. If you are interested about what Group Policy settings are currently reserved for the Enterprise editions, Microsoft keeps track of them here:. The end-user will receive the message as shown below and the end-user can find messages in the Event Viewer. There are a few reasons why it is, none of them to our advantage… I beleive Martin has written at least 2 articles recently on the pros and cons of upgrading. But please, explain what I would change in a Windows 10 Pro golden image that would prevent Microsoft from pushing Candy Crush 5 to all of the employees' desktops as soon as it is released? It's not clear why a current branch for business milestone might trigger such a policy change.
I was starting to piece together that alot of this crap was coming from the ContentDeliveryManager reg key but there are so many things in there its hard to know what does what. I execute the batch file. Then use the dialog to choose a different user or group of users. I would expect that to be the actual name. By changing the registry The following snippet will disable the installation of the dynamically inserted app tiles or placeholder tiles, or unwanted apps for new user profile. Microsoft is providing this information as a convenience to you.
Block the store executable with antivirus as a custom defined unwanted program. That current branch for business transition happened. This is really important to us as it honestly feels like we're being hit with Adware. When my windows 7 stops working, Microsoft is going in the toilet. Sorry to bump a resolved thread.