Windows mobility settings

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  • #24312

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    Windows mobility settings

    Is anyone been able to influence these with powershell yet ?

    Paul

  • #24335

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    You may need to be a little more specific. Are you talking, for example, about InTune? Enterprise Mobility Suite? Something else?

  • #24341

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    Hi Don,

    Sorry for being so vague, I was in the middle of ten other projects when I remembered to ask that question 🙂

    I'm specifically looking at Presentation Settings in the Windows Mobility Center. I'm looking for a trick to activate/deactivate this setting with PowerShell.

    I've done a bit of research but haven't found much solid ground to stand on for this one.

    Thanks,

    Paul

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    Gotcha. Yeah, I don't have a lot of input on that. I'd go spelunking in WMI and see if any of it's exposed.

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    Gotcha. Yeah, I don't have a lot of input on that. I'd go spelunking in WMI and see if any of it's exposed.

  • #24359

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    Yeah, I've been poking around but nothing yet.

    Spelunking it is...unless of course someone else reads this and HAS gone down this lonely road before

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