Same happens to me, but only sometimes. Anyway when the menu opens, it will find no applications. Disabling writable volumes and just using appstacks doesn't show same issues
Ok, SR 15822368312 opened!
This is a issue we also did see with UEM and capturing a specific registry key on Windows 10.
Can you please try to exclude the reg key HKCU\Software\Classes in the template of the writable appstack
you mean by adding
I'm currently getting the same issue. Seems the Start Menu and IE icon on the taskbar fail to open. It also takes 2 or 3 minutes to login with an AppVol assigned/attached.
I saw that you noted to make a reg config change on the writable AppStack. In my enviroment, we currently are not using Writable AppStacks.
Windows 10 Linked Clones w/ Persistent Disks
ESXI 5.5u3 (3116895)
I tried the above exclusion, but it didn't fix the issue. I still see the same behavior.
done some tests for support.
The menu works in my tests, although I had also the issue at the beginning. Now I have issues only with searching in the menu when I'm using a writable volume
Thanks for the update sappomannoz!
From the tests i have done. I have learned to get a single virtual Desktop to work by
1) Reboot Desktop
2) Login to desktop with no AppVols attached (Start Menu & search Works)
3) Log out and assign AppVols to attach at login
4) Login with AppVols attached (Start Menu & search Works)
If i restart or recompose the desktop and login with the AppVols assigned to attach at login the start menu & search don't work.
Obviously not a true fix but the way i have gotten it to work for my individual desktop.
---SideNote: We don't use writable Vols---
We have also the same issue but after 20 seconds the start menu opens.
We just had a lot of problems with the windows apps. If the appstack was attached with the logon process, some of the Windows apps were missing!
Our solution was the registry key VolDelayLoadTime, we set it to 5 seconds. This is the time required after logon process to delay volumes attachments.
We think we solved our problem with the Windows 10 start menu failing to open.
We first set the Registry Key "VolDelayLoadTime" to 5 seconds. As described above, we could open the start menu after 20 seconds.
Now we set the "VolDelayLoadTime" to 10 seconds. The start menu works fine at the moment. We are still testing though.
The delay didn't help in my case. Actually with the delay, my Office 2013 installs broke when using UIA only... blank icons and broken activation.
So i applied the "VolDelayLoadTime" Reg key with 5 seconds set. The start menu now opens at login but the search bar still doesn't respond and when i click the IE Edge Pin I get a error prompt "This App Can't Open" " Microsoft Edge can't be opened using the Built-In Administrator account. Sign in with a different account and try again."
I'm logged in with a domain account and the desktop is apart of the domain.