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Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 10

Microsoft has now released ADMX files from Windows 10 Update 1511 as a downloadable file.

Administrative Templates (.admx) for Windows 10

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When I compare the downloaded ADMX files with my previous downloaded files, the following ADMX files are deleted

These ADMX files are changed:

  • avsvalidationgp.admx
  • biometrics.admx
  • controlpaneldisplay.admx
  • credentialproviders.admx
  • deviceguard.admx
  • errorreporting.admx
  • explorer.admx
  • lanmanserver.admx
  • lanmanworkstation.admx
  • microsoftedge.admx
  • passport.admx
  • searchocr.admx
  • settingsync.admx
  • startmenu.admx
  • terminalserver.admx
  • volumeencryption.admx
  • w32time.admx
  • windows.admx
  • windowsupdate.admx
  • wlansvc.admx

And these ADMX files are brand new:

  • AppPrivacy.admx
  • CloudContent.admx
  • FeedbackNotifications.admx
  • WindowsStore.admx
  • WinMaps.admx

You still need to copy the files to your central store:

http://larslohmann.blogspot.dk/2013/02/create-central-store-for-gpo.html

If you previously has copied ADMX files for Windows 8.1 you might see this error:

Namespace 'Microsoft.Policies.WindowsStore' is already defined as the target namespace for another file in the store.

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At the moment, just delete the old files winstoreui.adml and winstoreui.admx they are replaced by WindowsStore.admx and WindowsStore.adml

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, exactly what I was looking. Strange that was not the case with first release of Windows 10 AMDX (not 1511).

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