A pair of simple Registry Keys lets admins fix or lock Windows 10 updates onto a specific Windows version. It’s one way of preventing unwanted application of feature upgrades to Windows 10 PCs that seems fairly sure-fire.
Poking around on the Remote Desktop Connection app on my production PC, I notice some stale entries. I show how to clean them up with some careful registry edits.
Quite often, the only customizations an IT admin needs to make to a deployment image include a few registry edits, to change existing values or add new ones. This is handled in an answer file, using RunSynchronous tags for various named components. In this post, I will show how to add all your required registry modifications