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-I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (while keeping the recovery partition) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
+I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with machines that seem to come with this BS (always seems to be “Microsoft Cloudbooks”), but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (while keeping the recovery partition) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
If these are all the same model, you just need to do it one of the laptops, sysprep it and then copy it on the remaining computers (hopefully they have ethernet and you have something like an HP or Cisco network switch you can do 25 or so at a time on) and deploy them all at once.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

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I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (while keeping the recovery partition) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
-If these are all the same model, you just need to do it one of the laptops, sysprep it and then copy it on the remaining computers (hopefully they have ethernet and you have a HP or Cisco network switch you can do 25 or so at a time on) and deploy them all at once.
+If these are all the same model, you just need to do it one of the laptops, sysprep it and then copy it on the remaining computers (hopefully they have ethernet and you have something like an HP or Cisco network switch you can do 25 or so at a time on) and deploy them all at once.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

テキスト:

-I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
+I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (while keeping the recovery partition) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
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+If these are all the same model, you just need to do it one of the laptops, sysprep it and then copy it on the remaining computers (hopefully they have ethernet and you have a HP or Cisco network switch you can do 25 or so at a time on) and deploy them all at once.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

テキスト:

-I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
+I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license the Store download disabled in firmware? After all, it’s a software bug(erm…switch) which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

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-I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and bury S Mode that way? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
+I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and remove S Mode that way, or is it a bit that’s active in the UEFI license? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

テキスト:

I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and bury S Mode that way? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
-Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea.
+Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea. The problem is S Mode was designed with Joe average who fell into this trap in mind, not enterprise customers buying laptops for kids in a school.

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編集者: Nick ,

テキスト:

-I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition and bury S Mode that way? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
+I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition (keep the recovery!) and bury S Mode that way? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.
Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea.

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オリジナル投稿者: Nick ,

テキスト:

I’m not familiar with S Mode because I don’t mess with low end machines that seem to come with this BS, but would it be possible to erase the primary partition and bury S Mode that way? After all, it’s a software switch which should in theory be easily removed with vanilla Windows 10.

Of course clone the tester machine first just in case, but it’s an idea.

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