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comment How to bypass the 'OS Edition Selection' page in a Windows unattended setup?
+1 For pointing this, this is True, I had the same problem for Windows 10 and solved in the same way using a image index instead of a image name.
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
Anyways if someone find a real solution of course I'll assign the accepted answer to him, but by the moment my own investigation is the more resolutive "solution".
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
@Ramhound see the last comment below the registry script, I found the cause of the problem, but I determined that after a reset the Windows registry changes in some way then a restoration of those registry keys will not fix the problem (because the registry changed in the reboot, I don't know in which way), then It will be more than impossible for someone to try find out a fix for this specific issue, its complicated, and as I said, I just started to customize a new ISO to avoid spending more time trying to solve it, so problem solved.
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
I'll give you the bounty reward for your patience and perseverance helping others and me. thanks again and see you :).
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
I don't have an "Advanced" tab in the taskbar properties menu as mentioned in that article, thankyou anyways!
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
1. Anything broken. 2. After creating a new user account the missing contextmenu stills. 3. In safe mode the problem contextmenu stills missing. 4. The NoTrayContextMenu reg value is not defined, anyways I defined it with a value of 0 (or False). Q/A: I didn't activated that feature of the "Ease of Access Center". I also reseted jump lists and did a cache icon deletion. I found in Google that there are a lot of people who faces the same issue like me, so maybe this is a more generic Windows problem than I think, maybe the problem is not about any of the customizations I did.
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revised How to make Windows use always the latest CLR for .Net assemblies?
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comment Restore right-click menu on taskbar icon in Windows 10
I've restored the default theme (Aero) with no effect, also I tried to enable and disable all the visualization effects in the control panel, nothing changes. Thankyou anyways!
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revised How to make Windows use always the latest CLR for .Net assemblies?
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