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Blue Start-up repair screen appears after updating to the latest Windows 10 feature build

Product Affected: Deep Freeze Enterprise 8.51 or higher
Windows 10 Fall Creators Update 1709 (Build 16299) or higher (Feature Builds 1709, 1803, 1809)

We've identified that the upgrade to the 1709 and up makes some changes to the boot control configuration on the machine and allows these messages to be displayed when restarting the machine.  We are working with Microsoft to resolve this issue completely.  To prevent this screen in the meantime, you can apply the following command to your machines when in a thawed mode: 

bcdedit /set {current} bootstatuspolicy ignoreallfailures

This can be deployed either through an elevated command prompt on a single machine, or deliver it via a batch script using the Deep Freeze Enterprise Console's "Push and Launch" feature to a group of machines.  This should be applied after the Windows 10 feature update is applied because this action will reset the boot control settings.
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  1. Richard Zirdung

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