2 Replies Latest reply on Nov 1, 2018 2:32 PM by DigitalCrash

    Sysprep Win 10 1803/1809

    DigitalCrash Rookie

      Here's the situation:

      Win 10 1709 -> Upgraded to 1803/also tried 1809

      Ran the commands:

      Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Remove-AppxPackage

      Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage

       

      Also verified what I had left for apps by exporting this command:

      Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Where PublisherID -eq 8wekyb3d8bbwe | Format-List -Property PackageFullName,PackageUserInformation > C:\list.txt

       

      I have gone through and removed each app specifically using the:

      Remove-AppxPackage -Package [PackageName]

      As well as:

      Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online | where-object {$_.packagename -like "*packagename*"} | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage

       

      I have also turned off all windows features with the exception of Internet Explorer 11, because I need this app. Note: I managed to get this to work with 1809, once, and when I did, I turned off all features, and when I finally imaged the new 1809 on a device, I wanted to have Internet Explorer 11 to be included, or the feature to be turned on, or the application reinstalled. But, it's already installed, and the command to turn the feature on would require a RSAT install on the PC it gets to run the powershell module needed, which we didn't want to do.

       

      I have ran the command in cmd:

      msdtc -uninstall

      msdtc -install

       

      Made sure that SkipRearm located in: HLKM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Windows NT\CurrentVersion\SoftwareProtectionPlatform was set to "1".

       

      Made sure that GeneralizationState located in: HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup\Status\SysprepStatus was set to "7".

       

      Not sure what else I have done... it's been a wild ride, anyways, here's what I have left when I export that list:

      Microsoft.AsyncTextService_10.0.17134.1_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

      Microsoft.ECApp_10.17134.1_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

      Microsoft.MicrosoftEdgeDevToolsClient_1000.17134.1.0_neutral__neutral_8wekyb3d8bbwe

      Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_42.17134.1.0_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

       

      And when I go through the sysprep Setupact.log, it looks like it breaks around:

      SYSPRP ActionPlatform::LaunchModule: Failure occurred while executing 'Sysprep_Generalize_MountPointManager' from C:\Windows\System32\spmpm.dll; dwRet = 0x2

       

      Any ideas?

        • 1. Re: Sysprep Win 10 1803/1809
          ksi_mlachniet Rookie

          I have ran into this issue as well.  Some are not able to remove.  However I have figured out after I manually run "Windows Store" updates and then run the script again they are removed.  Maybe there is a script to force updates.  If they are scheduled for update they will not remove with script, in my experience.  I would also like to know how to remove Windows Store apps from all users perm.  Each time you log in with a new profile I have to run the script again to remove them.  Adware from MS how annoying.

          • 2. Re: Sysprep Win 10 1803/1809
            DigitalCrash Rookie

            Alright folks, I have managed to Sysprep it twice in a row with the following steps:

             

            1. Open Programs and Features and uninstall all applications (optional)

            2. Add the following keys to the Registry:

            - HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\WindowsStore\WindowsUpdate\AutoDownload, "2", "REG_DWORD"

            - HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CloudContent\DisableWindowsConsumerFeatures, "1", "REG_DWORD"

            - HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\CloudContent\DisableWindowsConsumerFeatures, "1", "REG_DWORD"

            - HKLM\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\WindowsStore\AutoDownload, "2", "REG_DWORD"

            3. Reboot

            4. Turn off the Network Adapter

            5. Run the following PowerShell commands as Administrator:

            - Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Remove-AppxPackage

            - Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online | Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online

            6. Run the following PowerShell command as Administrator to get the list of left over applications:

            - Get-AppxPackage -AllUser | Where PublisherID -eq 8wekyb3d8bbwe | Format-List -Property PackageFullName,PackageUserInformation > c:\list.txt

            7. Run the following PowerShell command to clean up any of the "Staged" applications:

            - Remove-AppxPackage -Package "PackageFullName"

            8. All you should have left are 4 packages:

            - Microsoft.AsyncTextService_10.0.17134.1_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

            - Microsoft.ECApp_10.0.17134.1_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

            - Microsoft.MicrosoftEdgeDevToolsClient_1000.17134.1.0_neutral_neutral_8wekyb3d8bbwe

            - Microsoft.MicrosoftEdge_42.17134.1.0_neutral__8wekyb3d8bbwe

            9. Go to c:\ProgramData\Microsoft\Windows, right-click on AppRepository and change the security settings, and take ownership of the folder and all items inside, you want to give ownership to ehadmin

            10. You need to install SQLiteBrowser3 so you can edit the StateRepository_Machine.srd file in the AppRepository folder (Or use a portable version which is easier)

            - Note: Copy the file to c: to make a backup

            11. When you open StateRepository_Machine.srd, you need to click Browse Data, then under Table: select Package, and look for those 4 packages under the PackageFullName column, then find what PackageID they are, and take note, in this case: Async is 186, ECApp is 189, MicrosoftEdgeDev is 191, and MicrosoftEdge is 192.

            12. Next step is going into the IsInbox column and change the value from a "1" to a "0" for each of those packages

            13. Open Command Prompt as Admin, and find the StateRepository task by running the command:

            - tasklist /svc /fi "services eq StateRepository"

            14. Run the command:

            - taskkill -pid PIDNumber /f

            This will end the task

            15. In SQLiteBrowser3, go to File, Write Changes.

            16. Reboot

            17. Run PowerShell as admin again and now try to run the command:

            - Remove-AppxPackge -Package "PackageFullName" again for the last 4 packages, they should be able to be removed
            18. Turn Network Adapter back on

            19. Sysprep

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