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Use PowerShell to Create Windows To Go Keys—Part 5

Summary: Use a basic Windows PowerShell workflow to create multiple devices. Hey, Scripting Guy! I was wondering if there is an efficient way to use Windows PowerShell to create multiple Windows To Go keys at the same time.—TM Hello TM,Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here today. I am going to wind up my week of posts ...

Use PowerShell to Create Windows To Go Keys—Part 4

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to inject drivers and populate the data for Unattend.xml. Hey, Scripting Guy! I have a Windows To Go key. Is there a script to automatically give the key a proper workstation name or possibly even add some additional drivers?—TG Hello TG,Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here, and the ...

Use PowerShell to Create Windows To Go Keys—Part 3

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to apply an image to a Windows To Go key and make it bootable. Hey, Scripting Guy! Now that I have a Windows To Go key partitioned and formatted for use, how do I apply the operating system image to it?—MR Hello MR,Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here to continue forth and show you the ...

Use PowerShell to Create Windows To Go Keys—Part 2

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to partition a Windows To Go device. Hey, Scripting Guy! Am I able to use Windows PowerShell to set up the necessary partitions to prepare a Window To Go key?—LL Hello LL,Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here. I'm continuing with my little chat about setting up Windows To Go keys through ...

Use PowerShell to Create Windows To Go Keys—Part 1

Summary: Use Windows PowerShell to identify Windows To Go devices.  Hey, Scripting Guy! I’ve heard a lot of talk about Windows To Go amongst the IT pros at our local user group. I was wondering how I would go about trying to create them with Windows PowerShell? —DM  Hello DM, Honorary Scripting Guy, Sean Kearney, is here ...

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