Hi! So let´s make long story short: I usually install Windows to customers PC:s via WinPE. So I create one "base" WIM image that´s booting back to audit mode. And why? Because I build custom PC:s and hardware changes a lot. In audit mode I install drivers, run tests etc. . There´s of cource lot of another things I do with WIM image like customizing winre, adding languages, updates etc. But my main question is that have anybody noticed that if you´re using sysprep in audit mode like: Sysprep /generalize /reboot /audit then in the next boot, taskbar is looking like Windows 10 taskbar and file explorer is lagging alot? This happends with totally clean installation. I figured out that if I reregister APPX packages and after reboot everything works normally. Is it a bug or am I doing something wrong? Tried this with Hyper-v and VMware. I created answerfile that runs PS script that reregister APPX packages in audituser step so taskbar and everything else it´s working now as intended. But anyway, bug or user error?
- W11 pro