Citrix: Customizing the Windows 10 Start Menu, Part II: What to Do Post-deployment
In part 1 of this series, we looked at how to deploy a custom Windows Start Menu Layout to your Windows 10 environment, we discussed the options around Full (mandatory) Start Layouts, and Partial (flexible) Start Layouts, and where these may fit in your environment.
In this post we will look at the options and processes to address the scenario where you need to change these Layouts after initial deployment, be it due to software changes or additional configuration changes that may be required.
Often, it is a nice and easy process at the beginning of a project, to build the perfect environment according to “now,” especially when the Citrix administrator is the only “user” of this environment. However, eventually users come along and access it, changes are requested, new applications are procured, and you find yourself in a situation where your pristine environment has morphed into a living, undulating beast that you now have to manage
We will outline two scenarios below:
Read the entire article here, Customizing the Windows 10 Start Menu, Part II: What to Do Post-deployment
Via the fine folks at Citrix Systems, Inc.