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You can customize the layout the way you wish it to look.
Use the Export-StartLayout command in powershell to export it and use the -Path to tell it where to save it.
Example: Export-StartLayout –path <path><file name>.xml
Create a GPO either in AD or local to the computer to specify the start menu for all users
To configure Start Layout policy settings in Local Group Policy Editor
- On the test computer, press the Windows key, type gpedit, and then select Edit group policy (Control panel).
- Go to User Configuration or Computer Configuration > Administrative Templates >Start Menu and Taskbar.
- Start Layout > Enabled > Start Layout File > Type the path the the exported layout
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You don't really need to follow the steps on that article anymore. In UEM, Select > Create Config File > Use a Windows Common Setting > Windows 10 Start Menu - Windows 10 Version 1703 and higher
Suggestion: Name it "Windows 1803 Start Menu" or whatever the version of Windows 10 it is. I noticed using multiple version of Windows 10 with the same UEM profile breaks the start menu since Microsoft, in each version has changed thing in the start menu that isn't compatible with other versions of Windows 10. You will need to set a condition so that UEM knows to only apply this specific start menu with this specific version.
Condition Tab > Registry Value > HKLM \ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows NT\CurrentVersion \ ReleaseId Is equal to 1803
Hope that helps.
Perfection! Thank you for the info! I was making it way too hard.