Windows 10 Feature Walk-through Videos You Don’t Want to Miss

May 7, 2019
Cynthia Heyer Carroll

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Cindy Heyer Carroll is a senior technical writer for VMware End-User Computing (EUC).

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Here’s the scoop on a set of videos that you don’t want to miss. They are Windows 10 feature walk-through videos that provide dramatically simplified guidance for using Windows 10 with VMware Workspace ONE. And what is a Feature Walk-through? It’s a video that takes you on a tour of a specific product feature, explores the ways that the feature can benefit your enterprise, and demonstrates how to put the new feature to best use.

If you use Windows 10 with VMware Workspace ONE, here are some feature walk-throughs you won’t want to miss:

Reversible Windows 10 Custom Settings Profiles Feature Walk-through

Watch Reversible Windows 10 Custom Settings Profiles Feature Walkthrough to learn about the updates to the Custom Settings profile. Walk-through adding the removal code for your custom XML to enable Remove Profile and Deactivate Profile functionality. Once enabled, this functionality frees you from having to push a custom profile to remove your custom profiles.

Windows 10 Remote Log Collection using Workspace ONE Feature Walk-through

The Workspace ONE Remote Log Collection for Windows 10 Feature Walk-through video examines the Windows 10 remote log feature. Use it to collect logs from managed Windows 10 devices without physically accessing the device. The collected logs include the Hub and System logs on Software Distribution, the Provisioning Agent, Intelligent Hub, PC Refresh, and more.

VMware Policy Builder Enhancements for Windows 10 Feature Walk-through

VMware Policy Builder Enhancements for Windows 10 Feature Walk-through discusses enhancements to VMware Policy Builder for Windows 10, such as support for multiple Windows 10 versions including Windows Insider Builds, ability to choose an action per node (Add, Delete, Replace), ability to generate GUIDs, and new ADMX CSPs.

Windows 10 Enterprise Reset using Workspace ONE UEM Feature Walk-through

Windows 10 Enterprise Reset using Workspace ONE UEM Feature Walk-through explores two new value adds:

  • Enterprise Reset feature, which restores corporate-owned Windows Desktop devices to factory settings without unenrolling from Workspace ONE UEM
  • Device Wipe enhancements, which enable you to configure the wipe level

Windows 10 Desktop Personalization Feature Walk-through

Windows 10 Desktop Personalization Feature Walk-through demonstrates the customization profile. This profile customizes Windows 10 devices over-the-air without relying on GPO support. Use it to personalize the desktop wallpaper, lock screen image, start menu layout, and to apply start menu policies.

Dell Provisioning for VMware Workspace ONE Feature Walk-through

Dell Provisioning for VMware Workspace ONE Feature Walk-through explains how to package VMware Workspace ONE information for Dell Provisioning. It walks through generating a configuration file (unattend.xml) and exporting apps as PPKG packages using a wizard.

VMware Policy Builder for Windows 10 CSPs Feature Walk-through

VMware CSP Policy Builder for Windows 10 Feature Walk-through describes two things. First, it walks-through building a Windows 10 custom settings profile that automatically leverages device description framework (DDF) definitions. Then it explains how to create custom settings profiles for CSPs (profiles) in the Workspace ONE UEM console.

VMware Workspace ONE BitLocker Management Admin Experience

VMware Workspace ONE BitLocker Management Admin Experience elaborates how to use VMware Workspace ONE UEM to securely manage and administer BitLocker through admin role-based access and separation of duties.

Windows Update Management with VMware Workspace ONE Feature Walk-through

Windows Update Management with VMware Workspace ONE Feature Walk-through details key components and value adds for update management. For example, it walks-through creating distribution rings and managing patches in Workspace ONE. It also demos this feature in use.

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