Re: Windows 10 1607 Start Menu and Taskbar Roaming/ Default UEM Justin_Y Jun 25, 2018 9:24 AM ( in response to Justin_Y ) For 1703 there is a much better way to capture the start menu with uem documented in the forums. Since the release of latest Insider build 14901 last Friday I've done 10 (+-2, not sure about exact amount) tests with this Insider build. It appears that Microsoft has changed the way the Start layout works. Since August 2 nd, the release of Anniversary Update version 1607 less than two weeks ago I've done over 50 customize in Audit Mode / Sysprep / Deploy tests with version 1607 build 14393. To get it to work, I created an SCCM package (no program) containing the LayoutModification.xml file and a batch file (Install.cmd). After the command is successfully completed the Layoutmodification.xml file is created here: C:\Users\Default\AppData\Local\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\Layoutmodification.xml When we log on to the computer as a “new” user that haven’t logged on the computer before we get the newly imported Start Menu as shown below. Windows 10 Thread, Export-StartLayout on 1607 in Technical; Hi, I've made a custom start screen that worked on 1511. This will now be the new start layout for any new user profile. They way it worked for Windows 10 build 1607 OS doesn't work for newer builds (1703 and 1709). Here’s a quick update on an option I missed in my previous post about how to customise the Start Menu and Taskbar for new Windows 10 1607/1703 installs.. Update 2017-05-02: This also works with Windows 10 1703 (Creators Update) The method that I used in my previous post would not be suitable for other environments where you would still want users to have some control over apps that … And lots more you can do: Exported etc fine. Because the GPO require an xml input, Microsoft has also updated his PowerShell commands to import/export Windows 10 start Screen. For existing profiles, you can change their start layout by using GPO to specify the new exported layout xml. This week I’ve gone pretty deep down the rabbit hole of automating the Start Menu and Taskbar layouts during an MDT Task Sequence. Copy the exported xml file to c:\users\default\appdata\local\microsoft\windows\shell\layoutmodification.xml.