Tool: OSConfig Settings


OSConfig Main Page


The main feature of OSConfig is the ability to modify Operating System but the use of Settings.

In this directory you can place the following file extensions:

  • BAT
  • CMD
  • EXE
  • REG
  • PS1
  • VBS
  • All other extensions are ignored

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Additionally, there are some naming rules that can be applied to file names:

  • Files with “Sample” in the name Skipped
  • Files with “Undo” in the name Skipped
  • Files with “TSYes” in the name Applied if C:\_SMSTaskSequence\OSConfig\OSConfig.cmd does exists
  • Files with “TSNo” in the name Applied if C:\_SMSTaskSequence\OSConfig\OSConfig.cmd does NOT exist
  • Files with “Modern” in the name Applied if the Operating System is not Windows XP
  • Files with “x86” in the name Applied if the Operating System is x86
  • Files with “x64” in the name Applied if the Operating System is x64
  • Files with “RunOnce” in the name Only applied once, then moved to C:\Windows\OSConfig\Settings\RunOnce

These will be discussed in more detail in separate posts

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