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This Step-By-Step will provide guidance as to proper enablement of Android devices amidst one's organization by providing the ability to manage device capabilities, encryption enablement, remote wipe and selective wipe capabilities, WiFi profiles, certificates and password settings.
In light of the fact the last CANITPRO.NET post entitled Top 4 Windows 8.1 Useful Hotkeys and Hidden Features was of great interest achieving over 4,000 hits in under 24 hours, I felt it prudent to provide a follow up to further enable those managing or newly receiving a Windows 8.1 device. This useful hotkey and hidden features are being shared to help further enable those wishing to further personalize their experience using Windows 8.1 and/or create easier ways to manage it.
The Windows 8.1 Start Screen can be utilized as an important tool to all employees of respected organizations to be kept informed. One of the challenges faced by IT Professionals is the need to properly setup said Start Screen. This is to ensure employees gain immediate gratification in regards to the company dashboard like functionality a properly setup Start Screen can provide. Traditionally a Windows Server 2012 R2 Group Policy enforces the company wide Start Screen on behalf of the organization's employees. However recently PowerShell was provided the ability via two cmdlets two to export a customized Start screen and then import the configuration to the default user profile. This Step-By-Step will guide you through this process.