Xml failure while validating management pack
No Internet access means no updates breaking Sysprep 🙂 Update: Seems like setting Hide Shell=YES in also prevents apps from coming down.Of course that also stops you from doing anything interactive during the build and capture process, but hopefully you don't need that once you nailed your task sequence. What if you need Internet access for other reasons?Desktop App Installer_1.0.1471.0 was being installed or updated, and Sysprep could not remove it.
You go to Microsoft / Windows / App XDeployment-Server / Microsoft-Windows-App XDeployment Server / Operational and filter on Event ID 478 to see successful updates.
If you are still using or plan to do so: The PKI Certificate Management Pack can now be found in open source on Git Hub: https://github.com/rafabu/SCOM-PKICertificate MP Get the latest release from there and get involved.
The downloads on this site will no longer be maintained and eventually removed. The PKI Certificate Verification MP was a jointly developed by Raphael Burri, Pete Zerger and Jaime Correia, specifically for release on the System Center site.
Whereas as system which had been allowed to update them had 58 apps.
A Windows 10 v1607 CB machine with no updates allowed, showing 54 apps.
Desktop App Installer_1.0.1471.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe was installed for a user, but not provisioned for all users.