How to Provision Windows 10 with an Encrypted PPKG

October 11, 2019

Adopting modern management opens the door for many new deployment options on Windows 10 from Autopilot, Dell Provisioning for Workspace ONE, and out-of-box experience. However, there are times when a “bare metal” install of plain, vanilla Windows 10 is needed. I am going to walk through how to set up and configure a zero-touch Windows 10 USB key, and how to service and update it to always have the latest version of Windows 10, using a free tool called “OSDBuilder”. I will also show how to integrate this together with a new feature from Workspace ONE called “Encrypted PPKG,” where we can install our corporate applications, join the domain, and automatically enroll into Workspace ONE.



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Brooks Peppin

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Senior Solutions Architect, End User Computing, VMware.
Brooks Peppin is a Senior Solution Architect at VMware. He is focused on helping customers adopt modern management with Windows 10 and deliver great technology experiences for their end users. Previously he worked in VMware IT and led their journey from legacy to modern management of Windows 10. He has been working in the End User Computing space for 8 years and is passionate about all things EUC. He holds a Bachelor’s of Science Degree in Information Systems from the University of Colorado. He blogs about Windows 10 and Workspace ONE at