Msdt Passkey For Windows 10
It's not impossible. If this is for a school have the school purchase a Windows 10 Pro VL and provide you with the MAK key. Then you can build a custom image with their VL media and MAK key. Here's a quick how-to about Desktop OS licensing for image / deploy. It's not written for resellers, but the basics are the same. In this video we see a demo of implementing Windows Hello PIN based authentication for hybrid joined, SCCM Intune co managed devices by setting Intune device. Hi all: Some people have wondered as to where the hardware troubleshooter is in Windows 10. Microsoft took it out starting from 1809, because it has the lowest usage. One website I found stated that it is not gone, but rather, it is hidden. To use it, please type msdt.exe -id DeviceDiagnostic via cmd (administer privilege). The hardware troubleshooter will appear. Trying to run MSDT but it won't accept the passkey. From time to time W10 asks me to confirm the PW, usually I can get to a page that I type in the last few digits of my mobile number and it texts me a code. Last time I reset the PW and wrote it down - its not having any of that!!! Thanks for any help.
- File Path:
- Description: Diagnostics Troubleshooting Wizard
Msdt Passkey Windows 10
- Status: Signature verified.
- Issuer: CN=Microsoft Windows Production PCA 2011, O=Microsoft Corporation, L=Redmond, S=Washington, C=US
- Subject: CN=Microsoft Windows, O=Microsoft Corporation, L=Redmond, S=Washington, C=US
- Original Filename: msdt.exe.mui
- Product Name: Microsoft Windows Operating System
- Company Name: Microsoft Corporation
- File Version: 10.0.18362.1 (WinBuild.160101.0800)
- Product Version: 10.0.18362.1
- Language: English (United States)
- Legal Copyright: Microsoft Corporation. All rights reserved.
The following table contains possible examples of
msdt.exe being misused. While
msdt.exe is not inherently malicious, its legitimate functionality can be abused for malicious purposes.
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Invokes a troubleshooting pack at the command line or as part of an automated script, and enables additional options without user input.
|/id ||Specifies which diagnostic package to run. For a list of available packages, see Available Troubleshooting packs.|
|/path ||Specifies the full path to a diagnostic package. If you specify a directory, the directory must contain a diagnostic package. You cannot use the /path parameter in conjunction with the** /id, **/dci, or /cab parameters.|
|/dci ||Prepopulates the passkey field. This parameter is only used when a support provider has supplied a passkey.|
|/dt ||Displays the troubleshooting history in the specified directory. Diagnostic results are stored in the userâ€™s %LOCALAPPDATA%Diagnostics or %LOCALAPPDATA%ElevatedDiagnostics directories.|
|/af ||Specifies an answer file in XML format that contains responses to one or more diagnostic interactions.|
|/modal ||Makes the troubleshooting pack modal to a window designated by the parent Console Window Handle (HWND), in decimal. This parameter is typically used by applications that launch a troubleshooting pack. For more information about obtaining Console Window Handles, see How to Obtain a Console Window Handle (HWND).|
|/moreoptions ||Enables (true) or suppresses (false) the final troubleshooting screen that asks if the user wants to explore additional options. This parameter is typically used when the troubleshooting pack is launched by a troubleshooter that isn’t part of the operating system.|
|/param ||Specifies a set of interaction responses at the command line, similar to an answer file. This parameter isn’t typically used within the context of troubleshooting packs created with TSP Designer. For more information about developing custom parameters, see Windows Troubleshooting Platform.|
|/advanced||Expands the advanced link on the Welcome page by default when the troubleshooting pack is started.|
|/custom||Prompts the user to confirm each possible resolution before it is applied.|
Troubleshooting packs comprise a set of root causes, each of which describes a specific technical problem. After completing the troubleshooting pack tasks, each root cause returns a state of fixed, not fixed, detected (but not fixable), or not found. In addition to specific results reported in the troubleshooter user interface, the troubleshooting engine returns a code in the results describing, in general terms, whether or not the troubleshooter fixed the original problem. The codes are:
|-1||Interruption: The troubleshooter was closed before the troubleshooting tasks were completed.|
|0||Fixed: The troubleshooter identified and fixed at least one root cause, and no root causes remain in a not fixed state.|
|1||Present, but not fixed: The troubleshooter identified one or more root causes that remain in a not fixed state. This code is returned even if another root cause was fixed.|
|2||Not found: The troubleshooter did not identify any root causes.|
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