Autopilot
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OSDHelp Autopilot contains PowerShell scripts that can be used to help you with Autopilot related tasks

Readme.md

You can launch these scripts and open the Readme.md using the following PowerShell Command. Since most of the scripts in OSDHelp require Admin Rights, you should always run OSDHelp in an Elevated PowerShell session
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OSDHelp Autopilot
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Run Me First

I strongly recommend you review, edit, and run this script to your specific needs
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# Disable Console Line Wrap
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# If you plan on using EventMonitor, your lines can get
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# very long. To keep things straight, turn off Line Wrap
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# with this Registry setting
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reg add HKCU\Console /v LineWrap /t REG_DWORD /d 0 /f
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# Set-DisRes 1600 for Virtual Machine
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# If you are using Hyper-V, it may be helpful
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# to bump up your Display Resolution
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if ((Get-MyComputerModel) -match 'Virtual') {
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Write-Host -ForegroundColor DarkCyan 'Set-DisRes 1600'
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Set-DisRes 1600
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}
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# Open URI Display Settings
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# If you are in OOBE, things can get crowded
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# Make sure your Display Scaling is set to 100%
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Start-Process ms-settings:display
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# Open Default Browser
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# If you need to authenticate to a Firewall while
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# in OOBE then this will get things working
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start www.msn.com
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