I am sure a few of you have probably encountered this by now. As an example, if you have ever tried installing Enterprise LTSB on a tablet, you are likely to find that the screen orientation is not auto-rotating even after installing the relevant drivers (eg. Kionix sensor), and there is no option under Settings -> Display for auto rotation as there is under the non-LTSB version of Enterprise. Meaning that for tablet users, Enterprise is pretty much required instead of LTSB if you want auto rotation to work. Last night having run the "Destroy Windows Spying" tool, this option has disappeared from my Enterprise install too, with the same non auto rotating behaviour seen in LTSB. So; Is it a registry key that makes the wonderous auto rotation checkbox appear on the Settings -> Display screen? A service? Some random "app" whose removal upsets it? I would love for someone to look into this, as obviously if whatever it is can be identified, along with "fixing" it and reenabling the option, it may allow tablet users the option of using LTSB with auto rotation too. Surely a thing worth trying..?