Intune Start Menu Layout Xml

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9 hours ago In this article. Applies to. Windows 10; Looking for consumer information? See Customize the Start menu. On Windows 10 for desktop editions, the customized Start works by: Windows 10 checks the chosen base default layout, such as the desktop edition and whether Cortana is supported for the country/region.

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3 hours ago In Configuration settings, select Start: If you're using an XML file, select Start menu layout. Browse to and select your Start layout XML file. If you don't have an XML file, configure the others settings. For more information on these settings, see Start settings in Microsoft Intune. Select Next. In Scope tags, select Next.

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7 hours ago Select Windows 10 and later for the platform. 7. Select **Device restrictions for the profile type. 8. Select Start. 9. In Start menu layout, browse to and select your Start layout XML File. 10. Select OK twice, and then select Create.

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4 hours ago Partially lock the Windows 10 Start menu layout with Group Policy. Open up the Intune Portal and go to Device Configuration. For Profile Type, select Device Restrictions. Under Settings, Click on Start. Here you will navigate to the exported start layout xml file we created earlier. Once you've selected the file, click OK. You will see

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7 hours ago We start by arranging the Start Menu on a Windows 11 computer to make it look like we want. You can also create you .JSON file manually if you like. We use the same PowerShell command we did in Windows 10 to export the Start Menu layout, “ Export-StartLayout ”, in Windows 11 it will produce a .JSON file instead of an .XML file.

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8 hours ago I've exported the Start menu layout into a .xml file, and when I apply that using Intune, the start menu is deployed exactly as I want it to be, however, when I add a custom taskbar layout configuration, neither the taskbar or the Start menu are configured correctly. The .xml file is configured as follows: <LayoutModificationTemplate xmlns

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8 hours ago 1. Add removable pinned items in the Taskbar. 2. Remove the Tile section of the Startmenu. (the right side of the start menu where tiles end up when choosing "pin to start". I managed to insert a custom XML file into a device restriction profile in Intune (Device Restriction - Start - Start menu layout) which look as the following;

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9 hours ago Start Menu XML inconsistencies Hi All, I've been working with Intune and Windows 10 deployments now for about a year. Since quite early in the project we deployed a custom XML for start menus which initially worked OK, but making subsequent changes has led to all sorts of fun and games since.

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Just Now Start Menu & Task Bar Customizations. Using a reference PC, create a Start menu layout of your choice and then run the following commands using logged in user credentials. Export-StartLayout -UseDesktopApplicationID -Path StartLayoutMarketing.xml. -path is a required parameter that specifies the path and file name for the export file.

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9 hours ago 1. Export-StartLayout -Path "C:\StartLayout\StartLayoutModification.json". After running this command a JSON file is created and you can edit it to you’re liking. Now the fun part begins because we want to send this created Start layout to all new Windows 11 devices which are going to be managed by Intune.

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4 hours ago Scope: Start (3) On fourth point we need to upload created XML file; When the policy is created, need to be assigned to proper group. On end device you can click: Sync. After couple minutes you will see new Start Menu on screen. Have fun! Tags: intune, profile. Categories: Intune. Updated: February 24, 2019. Share on Twitter Facebook Google+

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8 hours ago Add the Start menu layout file to the project under Files and Folders. The project must define the correct target path and file name because it will be deployed into the default profile. Use this path: And add the LayoutModification.xml file that you’ve exported with Export-StartLayout into this path.

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Just Now Applying a Start layout. Once you have an exported Start Layout you can use the XML file to apply this start layout to your entire organization using Microsoft Intune. Browse to your Intune Portal and go to Device Configuration –> Profile. Hopefully you may already have a Windows 10 – Device Restriction Profile.

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1 hours ago Trying to setup or aligned start menu icon through xml file, it install and icons looks good, but user can't add icon anymore. Option to Pin to start is not available. attach is the xml file. Picture above showing if user right click, there …

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8 hours ago With my start menu defined, head over to the Azure portal and navigate to Intune>Device Configuration>Profiles. Click Create Profile. Enter a Name for the profile, a Description choose Windows 10 and later for the Platform and select Device restrictions for the Profile type. Scroll down the Device restrictions blade and select Start.

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5 hours ago Select Profile Type -> Template. Search with “device ” and select Device Restrictions. Click on Create button. Deploy Start Menu Taskbar Custom Layout Settings using Intune Cloud PC. Enter Name of the Device restriction policy for Windows 10 and later -> Cloud PC Start Menu & Taskbar Layout.

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How to create a curated Start menu in InTune?

Create Intune Policy for deploying the curated Start Menu. Use the browse button to select the Start Menu layout XML file we prepared above. If your Start Menu layout has secondary tiles with custom images, then you need to add the assets XML file in the following section juts below where you uploaded the Start Layout XML file.

How do I add the start layout XML file to InTune?

In Microsoft Intune, you select the Start layout XML file and add it to a device configuration profile. Please do not include XML Prologs like <?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?> in the Start layout XML file.

How to configure start menu and taskbar layout customization in InTune?

You will need to have one XML for both start menu and taskbar layout customizations. You can’t deploy two different XML file for the same policy using Intune. If you already deployed Start menu layout XML and you have to deploy taskbar layout now, then you will have to amend the same policy to include taskbar customization XML code as well.

Can I have multiple XML files for the same InTune policy?

This line of code won’t work with Intune policies. You will need to have one XML for both start menu and taskbar layout customizations. You can’t deploy two different XML file for the same policy using Intune.

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