[DISCUSSION] Windows 10 Enterprise (N) LTSC 2019

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  1. shhnedo

    shhnedo MDL Addicted

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    Code:
    bg_windows_10_consumer_edition_version_1809_updated_sept_2018_x86_dvd_a24e8a6e.svf
    bg_windows_10_enterprise_ltsc_2019_x86_dvd_7e15939e.svf
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    ~187MB
    compared to
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    bg_windows_10_enterprise_ltsc_2019_x86_dvd_7e15939e
    ~2.5GB
    Now imagine having to upload everyone's "simple link". And those are just the x86 files. You're more than welcome to upload all the individual language iso's, see how much time it takes. Add that you're not paying any one of these people here for their time and effort to host all this s**t for you and you almost sound arrogant.
     
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  2. kgtuning

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    Is anyone having an issue with ltsc+nvidia 441.66+evga precision gpu software? I’ve searched online and can’t seem to find a solution. With precision xoc it just locks up the machine and reboot ends on a black screen. precision x1 locks up too. I’ve since installed enterprise 1909 and there is no issues. Just curious if anyone else had/has a problem with ltsc. System is intel 8700k, evga 1080ti, gskill ram. Ltsc was 17763.914
     
  3. poopsy1

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    I can't decide on whether I should use LTSC 1809 or latest Windows 10 Pro but debloated. Any recommendations?
     
  4. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    I f you don't need cortana, edge, store/uwp apps, go for standard Enterprise 2019 LTSC, if you want one of the missing items, use Education or Enterprise.
     
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  5. JohnTravolski

    JohnTravolski MDL Novice

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    I've been using Enterprise LTSB 2016 for a while now and am considering Enterprise LTSC 2019. However, I remember hearing a while back that this particular version of Windows had some bug that ended up deleting people's files. Is there a version of LTSC 2019 that doesn't have this bug, and how will I know for sure?
     
  6. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Use 17763.107 or 17763.316 or a fully uptodate version, these builds don't have the upgrade/delete user files bug.
    https://forums.mydigitallife.net/th...b-17763-xxx-pc-rs5.77945/page-51#post-1467631
     
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  8. Enthousiast

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  9. ezgera

    ezgera MDL Novice

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    should i update my LTSC 17763.1 to the latest build or no need ?
     
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  11. Cirodi

    Cirodi MDL Junior Member

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    Hello,
    I hope to be in the right place to post some thoughts/questions about.
    I like the concept which stays behind Windows 10 Enterprise LTSC 2019 because it is an operative system LEAN!
    No bulls**ts inside, BUT, from what I understood it is not for general market, so if one ordinary person would like to run it, he simply can't even if this release has less compared with the PRO one and he holds a regular license for PRO.
    To run it, you have to cross the wall despite the legal license you have for the PRO version.
    In principle:
    1) I guess that its (security) updates for this version can be downloaded from another PC and installed-in offline. Am I right?
    2) Is there a way (different from a virtual machine or keeping it unplugged form the internet) to install it on a PC but keeping it fully isolated from the internet? Or by means of a 3rd party firewall, or by another way?
    3) If point 2) can be achieved, apps installed in , like Outlook, can be run safely through internet without showing the O.S.?
    I hope to have been enough clear with my foreign English.
    Thanks for sharing your thoughts.
     
  12. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #4792 Enthousiast, Jan 2, 2020
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  13. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    I am not into "stealthing" installs.
     
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  14. Cirodi

    Cirodi MDL Junior Member

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    I rephrase: how much successful can it be to use it connected to internet from a "private" stand point and using its applications connected to internet? In other words, using it normally connected to internet?
     
  15. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    I honestly don't know what you mean by that or what's the intention of it.
     
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  16. Cirodi

    Cirodi MDL Junior Member

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    Just sent a pm
     
  17. bfoos

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    You use it just like any other operating system. All it basically is is a client version of Server 2019 1809.
     
  18. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    Something like this?
     
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