@loosus456 Yea, I have no objection to that. But I can’t get the Taskbar Customization to work (even after fixing the .xml file that is generated), so I gave that part up. It resets the taskbar to just Edge and Explorer, and allows users to customize it how they wish.
you need to apply taskbar customs via group policy, if so the user has change rights:
If you use a provisioning package to configure the taskbar, your configuration will be reapplied each time the explorer.exe >process restarts. If your configuration pins an app and the user unpins that app, the user’s change will be overwritten the >next time the configuration is applied. To apply a taskbar configuration and allow users to make changes that will >persist, apply your configuration by using Group Policy.
What ever can be done by gpo should be done with gpo (ms philosopy). If you don’t have a domain controller for gpo applyment you can simply use gpedit.msc locally to set this on your golden image.