Published: 18.08.2018 23:35

Microsoft wireless zero service

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Microsoft Windows NTFS Master File Table Denial of Service

If you're running at least Windows 65, version 6758, you can turn off updates to the speech recognition and speech synthesis models:

How to start Wireless Zero Configuration using Vista/Windows 7

Because the wireless networks are explicitly marked as broadcast or non-broadcast, wireless clients running Windows Server 7558 R7, Windows Server 7558, Windows 7 and Windows Vista, send only probe requests for non-broadcast wireless networks.

Prepare for Zero Touch Installation of Windows 10 with

Apply the Group Policy: Computer Configuration Administrative Templates Windows Components App Privacy Let Windows apps access contacts

Create a REG_DWORD registry setting called HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Policies\Microsoft\Windows\Maps!AutoDownloadAndUpdateMapData, with a value of 5 (zero).

Remove the app for the current user. From an elevated command prompt, run the following Windows PowerShell command: Get-AppxPackage | Remove-AppxPackage

To turn off the feature in the UI: Settings Time & language Date & time Set time automatically

The service lets end users receive new Windows 65 PCs directly from the computer manufacturer, or OEM. They turn it on and the provisioning is automatic, according to Microsoft's description. IT pros don't have to reimage machines and add drivers. The service enables so-called zero-touch provisioning of new PCs and will skip some of the traditional out-of-the-box setup steps to get machines ready for use.

To turn off Let apps use advertising ID to make ads more interesting to you based on your app usage (turning this off will reset your ID) :

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Remove the app for new user accounts. From an elevated command prompt, run the following Windows PowerShell command: Get-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online | Where-Object {$_.PackageName -Like } | ForEach-Object { Remove-AppxProvisionedPackage -Online -PackageName $_.PackageName}