Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup

Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup contains elements and settings that control how the Windows operating system shell is installed on a destination computer.

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Setting Description
AutoLogon Specifies credentials for an account that is used to automatically log on to the computer.
BluetoothTaskbarIconEnabled Specifies whether to enable the Bluetooth taskbar icon.
ComputerName Specifies the name of the computer.
ConvertibleSlateModePromptPreference Configure to support prompts triggered by changes to ConvertibleSlateMode. OEMs must make sure that ConvertibleSlateMode is always accurate for their devices.
CopyProfile Specifies whether the default user profile that is normally stored in the C:\Users\Default User folder is overwritten by copying the current user's profile.
DisableAutoDaylightTimeSet Specifies whether to enable the destination computer to automatically change between daylight saving time and standard time.
Display Specifies display settings to apply to a destination computer.
FirstLogonCommands Specifies commands to run the first time that an end user logs on to the computer. This setting is not supported in Windows 10 in S mode.
FolderLocations Specifies the location of the user profile and program data folders.
Important: This setting should be used only in a test environment. If you change the default location of the user profile directories or program data folders to a volume other than the system volume, you cannot service your image.
LogonCommands Specifies commands to run when an end user logs on to the computer.
NotificationArea Specifies settings that are related to the system notification area at the far right of the taskbar.
OEMInformation Specifies information about the OEM, including the name, the model of the computer, and a logo for the OEM.
OEMName Specifies the name of the OEM for the group or groups of app tiles that you pin to the Start screen.
OfflineUserAccounts Specifies local accounts to be created, domain accounts to be added, and the administrator password.
OOBE Specifies values that suppress certain pages of OOBE.
ProductKey Specifies the product key for the Windows edition.
RegisteredOrganization Specifies information about the computer's owner.
RegisteredOwner Specifies information about the organization of the computer's owner.
ShowPowerButtonOnStartScreen Specifies that the Power Options button is visible on the Start screen.
SignInMode Specifies whether users switch to tablet mode by default after signing in.
StartTiles Specifies the position of up to 24 app tiles on the Start screen, and one app badge on the Lock screen.
TaskbarLinks Specifies shortcuts to display on the taskbar. You can specify up to three links.
Themes Specifies custom elements of the Windows visual style.
TimeZone Specifies the computer's time zone.
UserAccounts Specifies local accounts to be created or domain accounts to be added during installation.
VisualEffects Specifies additional display settings.
WindowsFeatures Specifies whether to show entry points for Internet Explorer, Media Center, and Windows Media Player.

Applies To

To determine whether a component applies to the image you’re building, load your image into Windows SIM and search for the component or setting name. For information on how to view components and settings, see Configure Components and Settings in an Answer File.

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