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Deploy Windows 10 Feature on demand with SCCM task sequence

Deploy Windows 10 Feature on demand with SCCM task sequence

This article is written with the idea to help you overcome any issues related to the Windows 10 Language Features On Demand deployment.  There are many articles by Microsoft, which are describing the commands to run, in order to be able to install the Handwriting, OCR and other Language capabilities, when you have an internet connection in Windows 10. What those sources do not mention is how to install them offline within a SCCM task sequance for example, nor do they tell you where to find the source cab files. The assumption was that the cab files can be found in the “mu_windows_10_language_pack_” iso image, downloaded from MSDN, but this was not the case. After some research, we found out that the “en_windows_10_features_on_demand_” iso is the right one and it also includes packages like Microsoft-Windows-LanguageFeatures-Handwriting-de-de-Package.cab. 

The following Powershell Script can be used with the SCCM task sequence, while you make a Windows 10 deployment:

Add-WindowsCapability -Name "Language.Basic~~~de-DE~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"
Add-WindowsCapability -Name "Language.OCR~~~de-DE~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"
Add-WindowsCapability -Name "Language.Handwriting~~~de-DE~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"
Add-WindowsCapability -Name "CapabilityName:Language.Speech~~~de-DE~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"
Add-WindowsCapability -Name "Language.TextToSpeech~~~de-DE~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"
Add-WindowsCapability -Name "Language.TextToSpeech~~~de-CH~0.0.1.0" -Online -LimitAccess -Source "\\MyServer\Path"

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