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You can remove a user from a device using the Azure User Details Devices Page or using the command line tool Remove-AzureADDeviceRegisteredUser. Additional information: https://aad.portal.azure.com/#blade/Microsoft_AAD_IAM/UserDetailsMenuBlade/Devices/userId/(User GUID) https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/powershell/module/azuread/remove-...


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You should set the Target Version to 21H1 instead. The Windows 11 Feature Update is also considered 21H2 so that's why it is still being offered.


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The physical disk in pass-through mode should be accessed only by single OS (either host or guest) at the same time to avoid data corruption. That’s why physical disk should be marked as “offline” in host OS (Microsoft requirement). Actually, starting from Windows Server 2012R2 there are no noticeable benefits using RAW disk versus “fixed“(not dynamic!) vhdx....


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Our environment has a mix of Windows 10 21H1 and 21H2 PC's. The PC's on 21H1 still would see the Windows 11 upgrade prompt regardless of the Group Policy. The PC's on 21H2 would have the Windows 11 upgrade prompt removed. So apparently the only way this Group Policy will work as expected is if all clients are on that specific Windows 10 feature release that'...


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A VPN config is stored as text in rasphone.pbk. The all-user copy of rasphone.pbk is located in the "all users" profile: on win11 pro the default is c:\users\all users\microsoft\network\connections\pbk\rasphone.pbk There are many ways you can add to or modify a text file. You can copy rasphone.pbk from your admin profile. You can copy and append ...


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Is there any way I can pre-cache a certain domain account without having the user's password? Your question makes no sense. You cannot put in cache, what you don't have, no? Only way I see is to reset the users password, sign in to populate the cache and send the notebook to the user. Of course, he needs to change the password after logging in. ...


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I presume you installed the Microsoft β-release of native openssh server? Microsoft documentation explains how to deploy ssh keys using Powershell on serverside. Nevertheless, in your still want bash: 2/ The shell provided by Microsoft can be configured adding a property in the registry: New-ItemProperty -Path "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\OpenSSH" -Name ...


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There is no mechanism in Windows to not mount a drive at startup as for Linux fstab. As stated in the comments, if you set it offline, it will stay offline even after a reboot. However, if you want to ensure that the disk is offline after a computer restart, then you have the following options: Group Policy Shutdown Script (preferred method) (or Logoff ...


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No, there's no problem to be expected. If you setup d: to automatically unlock, you may even leave machines running during reboot of your host.


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Windows 10 - Try this: Go to Setting ==> Apps & Features ==> Search Then Select Your Verstion ==> Select Uninstall See Link Below: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/dotnet/core/install/remove-runtime-sdk-versions?pivots=os-windows


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I faced the same problem. The issue was the "Amazon WorkSpaces Security Group" created on the VPC for the workspace. Check the outbound rule, it's allowing custom, even with 0.0.0.0/0 still blocking. I changed to Anywhere-ipv4 and saved. It worked for me.


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