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This setting likely has no effect on a VM. The option to configure System Restore or create a restore point through System Protection is also disabled. With this policy setting disabled, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot or resolve problems on a scheduled basis. They are prevented from connecting to the Microsoft servers that host the Windows Online Troubleshooting Service.

If you disable this policy setting, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot or resolve any Windows Boot Performance problems that are handled by the DPS.

This setting can be very useful during design, test, development, or maintenance phases. With this setting disabled, the DPS is not able to diagnose memory leak problems.

With this setting disabled, responsiveness events are not processed. With this setting disabled, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot or resolve any Windows Resource Exhaustion problems that are handled by the DPS. With this setting disabled, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot or resolve any Windows Shutdown Performance problems that are handled by the DPS. With this setting disabled, Windows will not be able to detect, troubleshoot or resolve any Windows System Responsiveness problems that are handled by the DPS.

The Inventory Collector inventories applications, files, devices, and drivers on the system and sends the information to Microsoft. With this policy setting enabled, the Inventory Collector will be turned off and data will not be sent to Microsoft. Collection of installation data through the Program Compatibility Assistant is also disabled. If disabled or not configured, Microsoft Edge does not send browsing history data to Desktop Analytics.

With this policy setting enabled, window animations are turned off. With this policy setting enabled, the Start background will use a solid color. The user will also not be able to view the location of the last use of their active digitizer on their device. This policy setting does not affect other network sharing features. Internet Explorer Prevent running First Run wizard Go directly to home page Enabled This policy setting prevents Internet Explorer from running the First Run wizard the first time a user starts the browser after installing Internet Explorer or Windows.

Internet Explorer Set tab process growth Low Enabled This policy setting allows you to set the rate at which Internet Explorer creates new tab processes. With this policy setting enabled, Automatic Crash Recovery does not prompt the user to recover his or her data after a program stops responding. Generally only animated GIF files are affected by this setting; active Web content such as java applets are not. If you enable this policy setting, flip ahead with page prediction is turned off and the next webpage isn't loaded into the background.

If you disable this policy setting, phone number detection is turned on. Users won't be able to modify this setting. With this policy setting enabled, the sensor feature is turned off, and all programs on this computer cannot use the sensor feature. By default this setting is to allow preloading. If this setting is configured, users cannot change the setting. The text is displayed, but there are no clickable links for these elements. Enable this policy to prevent this experience from launching.

When Cortana is off, users will still be able to use search to find things on the device. NOTE : This setting can be used to limit what types of attachments are previewed, which can also help prevent automatically previewing some potentially dangerous contents types.

The default behavior for search is to not index uncached Exchange folders. Disabling this policy will block any indexing of uncached Exchange folders. Otherwise they are indexed. Disabled by default. Select between 0 and MB. If you enable this setting, the Store application will not offer updates to the latest version of Windows. Additionally, solution information is not available in Security and Maintenance in Control Panel. Windows Installer Control maximum size of baseline file cache 5 Enabled This policy controls the percentage of disk space available to the Windows Installer baseline file cache.

With this policy setting enabled you can modify the maximum size of the Windows Installer baseline file cache. They will not see other types of notifications, such as regular PC or device health information. Enhanced notification messages convey the value and promote the installation and use of optional software. This policy setting is intended for use in loosely managed environments in which you allow the end user access to the Microsoft Update service.

Semi-Annual Channel: Receive feature updates when they are released to the general public. The pause will remain in effect for 35 days from the start time provided.

You can defer receiving quality updates for up to 30 days. To prevent quality updates from being received on their scheduled time, you can temporarily pause quality updates. The pause will remain in effect for 35 days or until you clear the start date field. To resume receiving Quality Updates which are paused, clear the start date field. This does not, however, prevent the user or an application from changing the setting programmatically.

With this policy setting enabled, the option will be locked to not offer text predictions. With this policy enabled, application windows will not be minimized or restored when the active window is shaken back and forth with the mouse. This setting affects all browse displays associated with Active Directory, such as those in Local Users and Groups, Active Directory Users and Computers, and dialog boxes used to set permissions for user or group objects in Active Directory.

Users will see the default lock screen image and will be able to select another image, unless you have enabled the "Prevent changing lock screen image" policy. Users may still see suggestions and tips to make them more productive with Microsoft features and apps. You should enable this policy setting if your goal is to minimize network traffic from target devices.

File Explorer Turn off the caching of thumbnails in hidden thumbs. If you're considering disabling system services to conserve resources, make sure the service isn't a component of some other service. In this paper and with the available GitHub scripts, some services are not in the list because they cannot be disabled in a supported manner.

Most of these recommendations mirror recommendations for Windows Server , installed with the Desktop Experience, based on the instructions in Guidance on disabling system services on Windows Server with Desktop Experience. Many services that may seem like good candidates to disable are set to manual service start type. This means that the service will not automatically start and is not started unless process or event triggers a request to the service being considered for disabling.

Services that are already set to start type manual are usually not listed here. You can enumerate running services with this PowerShell sample code, outputting only the service short name:. The following table contains some services that may be considered to disable in virtual desktop environments:. To learn more, see this article. This user service is used for Game Recordings and Live Broadcasts. CaptureService CaptureService Enables optional screen capture functionality for applications that call the Windows.

Capture API. OneCore capture service: enables optional screen capture functionality for applications that call the Windows. Capture API For more information, see this article. Optimize drives defragsvc Helps the computer run more efficiently by optimizing files on storage drives. Virtual desktop solutions do not normally benefit from disk optimization. The "drives" are often not traditional drives and often just a temporary storage allocation. Diagnostic Execution Service DiagSvc Executes diagnostic actions for troubleshooting support Disabling this service disables the ability to run Windows diagnostics Diagnostic Execution Service.

Connected User Experiences and Telemetry DiagTrack This service enables features that support in-application and connected user experiences. Additionally, this service manages the event driven collection and transmission of diagnostic and usage information used to improve the experience and quality of the Windows Platform when the diagnostics and usage privacy option settings are enabled under Feedback and Diagnostics.

Consider disabling if on disconnected network. If this service is stopped, diagnostics will no longer function. Disabling this service disables the ability to run Windows diagnostics. For more information, see this article. Device Setup Manager DsmSvc Enables the detection, download and installation of device-related software. If this service is disabled, devices may be configured with outdated software, and may not work correctly.

Virtual desktop environments very closely control what software is installed and maintain that consistency across the environment. Data Usage service DusmSvc Network data usage, data limit, restrict background data, metered networks. Windows Mobile Hotspot Service icssvc Provides the ability to share a cellular data connection with another device. This service is started on demand and if disabled then installations will not function properly. Consider disabling this service on non-persistent virtual desktop, leave as-is for persistent virtual desktop solutions.

Geolocation Service Lfsvc Monitors the current location of the system and manages geofences a geographical location with associated events. If you turn off this service, applications will be unable to use or receive notifications for geolocation or geofences. This service is started on-demand by application accessing downloaded maps.

Disabling this service will prevent apps from accessing maps. TO learn more, see this article. MessagingService MessagingService Service supporting text messaging and related functionality. This is a "per-user service", and as such, the template service must be disabled.

UWP Mail and other applications dependent on this functionality will not work properly when this service is not running. If you stop or disable this service, contacts might be missing from your search results. Power Power Manages power policy and power policy notification delivery.

Virtual machines have virtually no influence on power properties. If this service is disabled, power management and reporting are not available. May not need this service for payments, in the enterprise environment. May not need this service, if other tools are used for messaging, such as Teams, Skype, or other. Superfetch generally does not improve performance in virtual desktop environments for various reasons.

The underlying storage is often virtualized and possibly striped across multiple drives. In some virtual desktop solutions the accumulated user state is discarded when the user logs off. The SysMain feature should be evaluated in each environment.

If stopped, your devices will not be able to download and install the latest updates. Virtual desktop devices are often carefully managed with respect to updates. Servicing is usually performed during maintenance windows. In some cases, an update client may be utilized, such as SCCM. The exception would be security signature updates, that would be applied at any time, to any virtual desktop device, so as to maintain up-to-date signatures.

If you disable this service, test to ensure that security signatures are still able to be installed. If this service is stopped, shadow copies will be unavailable for backup and the backup may fail.

If this service is disabled, any services that explicitly depend on it will fail to start. If this service is stopped, any diagnostics that depend on it will no longer function. Disabling this service disables the ability to run Windows diagnostics Windows Error Reporting WerSvc Allows errors to be reported when programs stop working or responding and allows existing solutions to be delivered. Also allows logs to be generated for diagnostic and repair services.

If this service is stopped, error reporting might not work correctly, and results of diagnostic services and repairs might not be displayed. With virtual desktop environments, diagnostics are often performed in an "offline" scenario, and not in mainstream production. In addition, some customers disable WER anyway. WER incurs a tiny amount of resources for many different things, including failure to install a device, or failure to install an update.

Windows Search WSearch Provides content indexing, property caching, and search results for files, e-mail, and other content. Disabling this service prevents indexing of e-mail and other things. Test before disabling this service. If this service is stopped, some applications may not operate correctly. If this service is stopped, game save data will not upload to or download from Xbox Live. XboxLive application programming interface. These services run in the security context of the user account - this provides better resource management than the previous approach of running these kinds of services in Explorer, associated with a preconfigured account, or as tasks.

For more information, see Per-user services in Windows. If you intend to change a service start value, the preferred method is to open an elevated. For more information, see SC. Like other items in Windows, ensure an item is not needed before disabling a scheduled task. Some tasks in virtual desktop environments, such as StartComponentCleanup , may not be desirable to run in production, but may be good to run during a maintenance window on the "gold image" reference image.

The following list of tasks includes tasks that perform optimizations or data collections on computers that maintain their state across reboots. When a virtual desktop device reboots and discards all changes since last boot, optimizations intended for physical computers are not helpful.

You can get all the current scheduled tasks, including descriptions, with the following PowerShell code:. There are several tasks that can't be disabled with a script, even when run on an elevated command prompt. The recommendations here, and in the GitHub scripts do not attempt to disable tasks that cannot be disabled with a script. Whether from Microsoft Update, or from your internal resources, apply available updates including Windows Defender signatures. This is a good time to apply other available updates including Microsoft Office if installed, and other software updates.

If PowerShell will remain in the image you can download the latest available help for PowerShell by running the command Update-Help. Disabled Settings will not contact Microsoft content services to retrieve tips and help content. Enabled This policy setting controls whether the lock screen appears for users. Enabled This setting lets you specify the default lock screen and logon image shown when no user is signed in, and also sets the specified image as the default for all users--it replaces the default image.

A low resolution, non-complex image would cause less data transmitted over the network each time the image is rendered. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, automatic learning stops, and any stored data is deleted. Users cannot configure this setting in Control Panel. Disabled Windows does not connect to an online font provider and only enumerates locally installed fonts. Network Connectivity Status Indicator Note that there are other settings in this section that can be used in isolated networks.

Allow Windows to automatically connect to suggested open hotspots, to networks shared by contacts, and to hotspots offering paid services. Disabled Connect to suggested open hotspots , Connect to networks shared by my contacts , and Enable paid services will be turned off and users on this device will be prevented from enabling them.

Enabled If you enable this policy setting, applications and system features will not be able to receive notifications from the network from WNS or by using notification-polling APIs. Prevent creation of a system restore point during device activity that would normally prompt creation of a restore point.

Prevent Windows from sending an error report when a device driver requests additional software during installation. Disabled Disables web-to-app linking and http s URIs will be opened in the default browser instead of starting the associated app.

Disabled The Windows device is not discoverable by other devices, and cannot participate in cross-device experiences. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, all Windows Update features are removed. Windows automatic updating is also disabled; you will neither be notified about nor will you receive critical updates from Windows Update. This policy setting also prevents Device Manager from automatically installing driver updates from the Windows Update website.

Enabled If you enable this policy setting, when you are presented with a certificate issued by an untrusted root authority, your computer will not contact the Windows Update website to see if Microsoft has added the CA to its list of trusted authorities. NOTE: Only use this policy if you have an alternate means to the latest certificate revocation list.

Enabled This policy setting turns off the active tests performed by the Windows Network Connectivity Status Indicator NCSI to determine whether your computer is connected to the Internet or to a more limited network As part of determining the connectivity level, NCSI performs one of two active tests: downloading a page from a dedicated Web server or making a DNS request for a dedicated address. If you enable this policy setting, NCSI does not run either of the two active tests.

Disabled If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, the local computer clock does not synchronize time with NTP servers NOTE : Consider this setting very carefully. Windows devices that are joined to a domain should use NT5DS. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, the advertising ID is turned off. Apps can't use the ID for experiences across apps. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access account information and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the call history and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access contacts and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the "Force Allow" option, Windows apps are allowed to access email and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access location and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access motion data and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access notifications and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access tasks and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the calendar and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the camera and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the microphone and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access trusted devices and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to communicate with unpaired wireless devices and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps will not have access to control radios and employees in your organization cannot change it.

Enabled Windows apps are not allowed to make phone calls and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to run in the background and employees in your organization cannot change it. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, users will no longer see personalized recommendations from Microsoft and notifications about their Microsoft account.

Disabled SmartScreen will be turned off for all users. Users will not be warned if they try to run suspicious apps from the Internet. The user will also not be able to view the location of the last use of their active digitizer on their device. Disabled users won't receive enhanced suggestions while typing in the Address bar. In addition, users won't be able to change the Suggestions setting. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, user will not be suggested matches when entering Web addresses.

The user cannot change the auto-complete for setting web addresses. Disabled If you disable this policy setting, the entry points and functionality associated with this feature are turned off.

Enabled If you enable this policy setting, the user cannot use the Compatibility View button or manage the Compatibility View sites list. Enabled Microsoft collects your browsing history to improve how flip ahead with page prediction works.

This feature isn't available for Internet Explorer for the desktop. If you enable this policy setting, flip ahead with page prediction is turned off and the next webpage isn't loaded into the background. Enabled f you enable this policy setting, the location feature is turned off, and all programs on this computer are prevented from using location information from the location feature.

Enabled If you enable this setting the automatic download and update of map data is turned off. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, features that generate network traffic on the Offline Maps settings page are turned off.

Note: This might turn off the entire settings page. Disabled This policy setting allows backup and restore of cellular text messages to Microsoft's cloud services. Disabled If you disable this setting, the Microsoft Compatibility List isn't used during browser navigation. Enabled If you enable this setting, Do Not Track requests are always sent to websites asking for tracking info.

Disabled If you disable this setting, employees can't use Password Manager to save their passwords locally. Enabled If you enable this setting, you can configure one or more Start pages. NOTE : Consider this setting within the environment. If not connected to the Internet, this will prevent the computers from trying to contact Microsoft for SmartScreen information.

Enabled If you enable this policy setting, the ability to synchronize feeds and Web Slices in the background is turned off. Disabled When Cortana is off, users will still be able to use search to find things on the device. Enabled If you enable this policy setting, queries won't be performed on the web and web results won't be displayed when a user performs a query in Search. Enabled Share usage information but don't share search history, Microsoft account info or specific location.

Enabled Enabling this setting prevents this computer from sending data to Microsoft regarding its activation state. Enabled If you enable this setting, the automatic download and installation of app updates is turned off. Enabled If you enable this setting, the automatic download of app updates is turned off.

Although the Windows 10 operating system is very well tuned out of the box, there are opportunities for you to refine it further specifically for the corporate Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure VDI environment.

In the VDI environment, many background services and tasks are disabled from the beginning. This topic is not a blueprint, but rather a guide or starting point. Some recommendations might disable functionality that you would prefer to use, so you should consider the cost versus the benefit of adjusting any particular setting in your scenario. Any settings not specifically mentioned in this topic can be left at their default values or set per your requirements and policies without appreciable impact on VDI functionality.

For more information about Current Branch, see Windows 10 release information. The first step is to install a reference image of Windows 10 version Installing to a virtual machine is easy and allows you to save versions of the virtual hard-disk VHD file, in case you want to roll back to an earlier version.

During installation, you can choose either Express Settings or Customize. The settings offered during the Customize option are adjustable by using Group Policy, so the method of installing the base OS is not that important. You can also adjust these after installation with Group Policy Editor; see the "Group Policy settings" section of this topic. Once installation is complete, you can continue adjusting settings starting with Windows Settings.

To access Windows Settings, click Start the Windows icon on the taskbar , and then click the Settings icon shaped like a gear. In Windows Settings area, clicking the System icon gives you access to a number of system-related settings.

Not all of them need adjustment for optimum VDI use--these settings are the most important:. To remove an app, thereby excluding it from your VDI image, click the app, and then click Uninstall. If Uninstall is grayed out, you cannot remove it by this method; you might be able to remove it with Windows PowerShell, or try these steps:.

This area defines the app to be used by default for certain generic functions such as e-mail, web browsing, and maps. If you want a different app to be used for a particular function, click the current entry, and then click the app you prefer to be used in the VDI image. For a non-Microsoft app to be an available choice, you must install the app prior to adjusting this setting. These recommended values will reduce notifications and background network activity in a VDI environment:.

This setting is only applicable if the Maps app is installed. In Windows Settings area, clicking the Devices icon gives you access to a number of system-related settings. In Windows Settings area, clicking the Personalization icon gives you access to a number of system-related settings.

Sometimes the default black background can cause users to think the computer is not responding. Changing the background color can help make it clearer. To do this, follow these steps:. The default setting is to use large taskbar buttons that is, a value of "Off" for Use small taskbar buttons. This setting causes the Cortana item to use a lot of taskbar area.

To avoid this, set Use small taskbar buttons to "On. In Windows Settings area, clicking the Privacy icon gives you access to a number of system-related settings. Some of these settings are also set from the "Customize settings" window, discussed at the beginning of this topic. The default value for "Let your apps automatically share and sync info with wireless devices that don't explicitly pair with your PC, tablet, or phone" is On ; for VDI use the recommended value is Off.

The default value for "Windows should ask for my feedback" is Automatically ; for VDI use, the recommended value is Never. Listed apps have a default value of On , which allows them to receive information, send notifications, and update themselves whether they are being used or not. For example, you might want to consider removing apps that start automatically, or apps that automatically display information on the Start Menu, such as Weather and News that might not be of use in your environment.

If utilizing the scripts from GitHub, you can easily control which apps are removed before running the script. After downloading the script files, locate the file 'AppxPackages. See the section Customization for details. For more information, see the Windows Server powershell forum.

To enumerate currently installed Windows Features, run the following PowerShell command:. Next, you might want to remove the Windows Media Player package. There are two Windows Media Player packages in Windows 10 You can use the built-in Dism. A Dism. The Windows technology involved is called Features on Demand.

Any settings made to this file will be applied to any subsequent user profiles created from a device running this image. You can control which settings to apply to the default user profile, by editing the file 'DefaultUserSettings. One setting that you might want to consider carefully, new to this iteration of settings recommendations, is a setting called TaskbarSmallIcons.

You might want to check with your user base before implementing this setting. TaskbarSmallIcons makes the Windows Task Bar smaller and consumes less screen space, makes the icons more compact, minimizes the Search interface, and is depicted before and after in the following illustrations:. Also, to reduce the transmitting of images over the VDI infrastructure, you can set the default background to a solid color instead of the default Windows 10 image.

You can also set the logon screen to be a solid color, as well as turn off the opaque blurring effect on logon. The following settings are applied to the default user profile registry hive, mainly in order to reduce animations.

If some or all of these settings are not desired, delete the settings not to be applied to the new user profiles based on this image. The goal with these settings is to enable the following equivalent settings:.

For Windows 10, version , the following are the optimization settings applied to the default user profile registry hive to optimize performance:.

In the local policy settings, you might want to disable images for backgrounds in VDI. If you do want images, you might want to create custom background images at a reduced color depth to limit network bandwidth used for transmitting image information. If you decide to specify no background image in local policy, you might want to set the background color before setting local policy, because once the policy is set, the user has no way to change the background color.

It might be better to specify " null " as the background image. There is another policy setting in the next section on not using background over Remote Desktop Protocol sessions. If the equivalent settings are not specified in any other way, such as group policy, the settings would still apply. The following settings were chosen to not counter or conflict with any setting that has anything to do with security.

These settings were chosen to remove settings or disable functionality that might not be applicable to VDI environments. We recommend using a low resolution, non-complex image so less data is transmitted over the network each time the image is rendered. If you enable this policy setting, automatic learning stops, and any stored data is deleted.

Users can't configure this setting in Control Panel. Windows doesn't connect to an online font provider and only enumerates locally-installed fonts. Disable passive polling check box Enabled.

Use this setting if you're on an isolated network or using a static IP address. Offline files Allow or disallow use of Offline Files.

In the disabled state, no Teredo interfaces are present on the host. The Connect to suggested open hotspots , Connect to networks shared by my contacts , and Enable paid services are turned off, but users on this device can enable them.

If you enable this setting, apps and system features won't be able to receive notifications from the network from WNS or by using notification-polling APIs. Enabled Device installation Prevent device metadata retrieval from the Internet Enabled Device installation Prevent Windows from sending an error report when a device driver requests additional software during installation Enabled Device installation Turn off Found New Hardware balloons during device installation.

Turns off web-to-app linking and http s URIs are opened in the default browser instead of starting the associated app. The Windows device is not discoverable by other devices, and can't participage in cross-device experiences. If you enable this policy setting, all Windows Update features are removed. Windows automatic updating is also disabled; you'll neither be notified about nor will you receive critical updates from Windows Update. This policy setting also prevents Device Manager from automatically installing driver updates from the Windows Update website.

If you enable this policy setting, when you are presented with a certificate issued by an untrusted root authority, your computer won't contact the Windows Update website to see if Microsoft has added the CA to its list of trusted authorities. NOTE: Only use this policy if you have an alternate means to the latest certificate revocation list.

This policy setting turns off the active tests performed by the Windows Network Connectivity Status Indicator NCSI to determine whether your computer is connected to the Internet or to a more limited network As part of determining the connectivity level, NCSI performs one of two active tests: downloading a page from a dedicated Web server or making a DNS request for a dedicated address. If you enable this policy setting, NCSI does not run either of the two active tests.

With this setting enabled, the background image shows without blur. If you disable or do not configure this policy setting, the local computer clock doesn't synchronize time with NTP servers.

NOTE: Consider this setting very carefully. Windows devices that are joined to a domain should use NT5DS. Virtual machines sometimes use "enhancements" or "integration services".

If you enable this policy setting, the advertising ID is turned off. Apps can't use the ID for experiences across apps. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access account information and employees in your organization cannot change it.

If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the call history and employees in your organization cannot change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access contacts and employees in your organization cannot change it.

If you choose the Force Allow option, Windows apps are allowed to access email and employees in your organization cannot change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access location and employees in your organization cannot change it.

If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access messaging and employees in your organization cannot change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access motion data and employees in your organization cannot change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access notifications and employees in your organization cannot change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access tasks and employees in your organization cannot change it.

If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the calendar and employees in your organization can't change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the camera and employees in your organization can't change it.

If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access the microphone and employees in your organization can't change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to access trusted devices and employees in your organization can't change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to communicate with unpaired wireless devices and employees in your organization can't change it.

If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps won't have access to control radios and employees in your organization can't change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to make phone calls and employees in your organization can't change it. If you choose the Force Deny option, Windows apps are not allowed to run in the background and employees in your organization can't change it.

If you enable this policy setting, Autoplay is disabled on CD-ROM and removable media drives, or disabled on all drives. This policy setting prevents Windows tips from being shown to users. If you enable this policy setting, users will no longer see personalized recommendations from Microsoft and notifications about their Microsoft account. SmartScreen will be turned off for all users. Users will not be warned if they try to run suspicious apps from the Internet.

When Find My Device is off, the device and its location are not registered and the Find My Device feature will not work. The user will also not be able to view the location of the last use of their active digitizer on their device. File Explorer Turn off caching of thumbnail pictures Enabled File Explorer Turn off display of recent search entries in the File Explorer search box Enabled File Explorer Turn off the caching of thumbnails in hidden thumbs.

Users won't receive enhanced suggestions while typing in the Address bar. In addition, users won't be able to change the Suggestions setting. If you enable this policy setting, user won't be suggested matches when entering Web addresses. The user can't change the auto-complete for setting web addresses. If you enable this policy setting, browser geolocation support is turned off.

If you disable this policy setting, the entry points and functionality associated with this feature are turned off. If you enable this policy setting, the user cannot use the Compatibility View button or manage the Compatibility View sites list. Microsoft collects your browsing history to improve how flip ahead with page prediction works. This feature isn't available for Internet Explorer for the desktop. If you enable this policy setting, flip ahead with page prediction is turned off and the next webpage isn't loaded into the background.

If you enable this policy setting, the location feature is turned off, and all programs on this computer are prevented from using location information from the location feature. If you enable this setting the automatic download and update of map data is turned off. If you enable this policy setting, features that generate network traffic on the Offline Maps settings page are turned off.

Note: This might turn off the entire settings page. This policy setting allows backup and restore of cellular text messages to Microsoft's cloud services. Turns off compatibility lists in Microsoft Edge. If you disable this setting, the Microsoft Compatibility List isn't used during browser navigation.

 


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  Download a virtual machine. We currently package our virtual machines for four different virtualization software options: VMWare, Hyper-V, VirtualBox, and Parallels. VMWare Hyper-V VirtualBox Parallels. File size: 20 GB. Expiration date: September 11, Aug 19,  · I have a question about RDS lisensing for a Windows 10 VDI deployment project using Windows Server Remote Desktop Virtualization Host role. As per this documentation: rds-client-access-license. Seems that RDS CAL are only required when users connect to a RD Session Host server not when you connect to a VM running in a RD Virtualization Host. Microsoft Desktop Virtualization automatically detects device configurations and network conditions to get users up and running sooner by enabling the instant setup of corporate applications and desktops, and it equips IT to provide access to legacy applications during migration to Windows Although the Windows 10 operating system is very well tuned out of the box, there are opportunities for you to refine it further specifically for the corporate Microsoft Virtual Desktop Infrastructure.    


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