Settings changed when you uninstall a provisioning package
- Windows 10
- Windows 11
When you uninstall a provisioning package, only certain settings are revertible. This article lists the settings that are reverted when you uninstall a provisioning package.
As an administrator, you can uninstall by using the Add or remove a package for work or school option available under Settings > Accounts > Access work or school.
When a provisioning package is uninstalled, some of its settings are reverted, which means the value for the setting is changed to the next available or default value. Not all settings, however, are revertible.
Only settings in the following lists are revertible.
The registry-based settings that are revertible when a provisioning package is uninstalled all fall under these categories, which you can find in the Windows Configuration Designer.
- Wi-Fi Sense
- DeviceManagement / PGList/ LogicalProxyName
- UniversalAppInstall / LaunchAppAtLogin
Here is the list of revertible settings based on configuration service providers (CSPs).
CertificateStore CSP ClientCertificateInstall CSP
- Provisioning packages for Windows client
- How provisioning works in Windows client
- Install Windows Configuration Designer
- Create a provisioning package
- Apply a provisioning package
- Provision PCs with common settings for initial deployment (simple provisioning)
- Use a script to install a desktop app in provisioning packages
- PowerShell cmdlets for provisioning Windows client (reference)
- Windows Configuration Designer command-line interface (reference)
- Create a provisioning package with multivariant settings