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    Windows 7 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, optional ability for absolute minimal resources. (UEFI possible)

    yea my script exposes every possible setting, even ones that got added by third party drivers. A very nice little powershell snippet! $PowerSettings = Get-ChildItem -Path 'HKLM:\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Power\PowerSettings' -Recurse -Depth 1 | Where-Object {...
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    Windows 7 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, optional ability for absolute minimal resources. (UEFI possible)

    Hah yeah probably some personal stuff. Tbh though lots of those power plan settings rely or dependent on specific hardware support or even how BIOS configuration is set up. Some of them don't even work unless it's specifically allowed (Or features enabled/disabled) in BIOS. Lot of handoff...
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    Windows 7 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, optional ability for absolute minimal resources. (UEFI possible)

    Oh yea I never looked at the file either, its pretty big lol. Same brain fart. I just knew it contained the values that got set in the power plan UI :D I try to do everything as clean as possible now, I remember having to screw around with registry permissions too at some point and I rather...
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    Windows 7 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, optional ability for absolute minimal resources. (UEFI possible)

    It's a very sloppy (but working) way to overwrite power plan values. However since then, my own LTSC script simply imports and exports .pow files though powercfg which is much cleaner (And easier) to adjust.
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    Win10 20H2 anomalies using NTLite

    From my powershell script: # User Account Control $Path = "HKLM:\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Policies\System"; if(-not (Test-Path -Path $Path)){ New-Item -ItemType String -Path $Path } New-ItemProperty -Path $Path -Name "EnableLUA" -PropertyType DWord -Value 0 -Force Subsequently...
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Hey all, thanks for all the interest. But the thread has ran its course, most problems have been dealt with and any new problems that arises is more and more likely to be caused by updates. Time to lock it down, leave it for archival purposes. So long! :)
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    New recommended components starting with 1909

    I actually assumed these packs are already part of regular Windows 10 SKU's by default, maybe LTSC just don't have them? Didnt look like these required license files though because that's all blocked due to firewall and it still works. Probably because its not actually an 'app'. No problem for...
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    New recommended components starting with 1909

    Thanks, was pulling my hair out why HW decode wasnt working. Cant believe this crap is also UWP based now. Luckily some guy on github hosted the necessary AppX packages and added it to my live script ;)
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Help yourself :) Lots of tweaks can probably be used for security measures, but there is of course way more that can be done. Other than holes in programs, my personal installation has 0.0% network activity other than the essentials (ARP, DHCP etc) I even fetch root certificates manually on...
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    DCH Drivers, Graphics Control Panels and NTLite dilemma

    Mhh I thought these links from store were temporary?
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    DCH Drivers, Graphics Control Panels and NTLite dilemma

    Offline integrate Microsoft store + libs, intercepted the AppX packages with fiddler on a VM, and installed those, temporarily allowed Microsoft sign-in assistant service through firewall and start the two apps ONCE. That fetches the license. Alternatively you could just integrate the MS Store...
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    DCH Drivers, Graphics Control Panels and NTLite dilemma

    No man I decided to prep the installation with fetched licenses, made a backup and consider that my actual LTSC install medium (for the specific laptop) So if I ever have to reinstall I never have to go online for this or unblock firewall ever again ;-) I think practically its unfeasible to...
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Yes this is always the recommended course of action with NTLited builds.
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Yea no clue why it won't work :-( The profile has been tested with updating just fine. Try an older cumulative update maybe? All the issues you mentioned I have not experienced so myself. The profile even does a sfc scan after first reboot if i recall correctly.
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Updates should work, but this profile is also ment for manually update, not though the 'Settings' section. The proper idea is to go to Windows update catalog website and fetch the .cab files yourself and apply them. Currently that would be...
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    DCH Drivers, Graphics Control Panels and NTLite dilemma

    In continuation from another thread, I'm just going to jump in here, looks like the solution to the problem is really easy (for me anyhow): With the first plan, I came as far as being able to install the IGP and Nvidia control panel AppX files and start them up completely offline, but the...
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    I'm going to continue this in the other thread where it probably belongs.
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    Windows 10 LTSC 1809 - Optimize Gaming/Poweruser/Runtime Profile, retaining maximum compatibility. For x64/UEFI systems

    Certainly true :) Question is, can you even integrate AppX programs into an iso properly with dism? Can NTLite even do it? lol
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