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Note that this doesn't happen all the time, it's a timing issue, but it sure happen often enough to be an issue.

If that happens you will get the following error in the BDD.

This post is about preventing that from happening, and is a companion to uber-guide on building Windows 10 reference images in the real world: The issue is explained in a KB from Microsoft, but it's workaround are not very good for automation purposes.

Sysprep fails after you remove or update Windows Store apps that include built-in Windows images Note #1: This is a quite long post, and if you just want the fix, scroll to the end, to the Fixing the problem section.

If you are still using or plan to do so: The PKI Certificate Management Pack can now be found in open source on Git Hub: https://github.com/rafabu/SCOM-PKICertificate MP Get the latest release from there and get involved.

The downloads on this site will no longer be maintained and eventually removed. The PKI Certificate Verification MP was a jointly developed by Raphael Burri, Pete Zerger and Jaime Correia, specifically for release on the System Center site.

Then, when creating the Windows 10 reference image, make sure the virtual machine doesn't have Internet access.

Another machine that I deployed, and allowed it to update, it ended up with 136 entries for the apps.

A Windows 10 machine with no updates, showing 82 entries for apps in the event log.

Desktop App Installer_1.0.1471.0_x64__8wekyb3d8bbwe was installed for a user, but not provisioned for all users.

This package will not function properly in the sysprep image.

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