UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise

Discus and support UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise in Windows 10 Support to solve the problem; Has anybody used the UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise? I am new to this concept, what i understand is it writes the data to the RAM in stead... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Support' started by Dipk11, Jun 13, 2018.

  1. Dipk11 Win User

    UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise


    Has anybody used the UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise?
    I am new to this concept, what i understand is it writes the data to the RAM in stead of hard disk, just to protect it during a power shut down.
    Please correct me if i am wrong.
    I have some doubts here-
    1) Why is the writing to RAM not harmful?
    2) What data is written to the RAM?
    3) Will this protect the OS image from corruption in case of a forced shutdown/ power loss?
    What are the other ways i can save the OS image from corruption/hard disk from going bad in case of an abrupt power shutdown?
    Please help...Thanks in advance..UWF feature for Windows 10 IOT Enterprise :)

    :)
     
    Dipk11, Jun 13, 2018
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  2. IoTGirl Win User

    Windows 10 Enterprise IoT

    Hi David,

    Embedded Mode can be set in Windows Enterprise and Windows Mobile versions. For target options please see the definitions at

    https://www.microsoft.com/en-us/WindowsForBusiness/windows-iot
    From that page:

    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

    Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a full version of Windows 10 that delivers the enterprise manageability and security of Windows 10 Enterprise to IoT solutions. It is designed for powerful industry devices used in retail, manufacturing, healthcare, and other
    industries. Windows 10 IoT Enterprise runs crucial line of business applications and performs specialized functions in a secure, reliable and streamlined way to support mission-critical devices.


    LEARN MORE ABOUT MANAGING AND UPDATING WINDOWS 10 IOT

    *Note that Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a binary equivalent to Windows 10 Enterprise

    Windows 10 IoT Mobile

    Windows 10 IoT Mobile brings the full functionality of Windows 10 Mobile to the Internet of Things. That includes instantaneous application access, native support for barcode scanning, and other peripherals, as well as enhanced productivity for a variety
    of mobile scenarios.


    The Mobile Enterprise editions also offer capabilities such as ARM support, multiple user profiles, and advanced lockdown to enable scenarios across retail, healthcare, manufacturing and other vertical industries.

    LEARN MORE ABOUT WINDOWS 10 IOT MOBILE

    *Note that Windows 10 IoT Mobile is a binary equivalent to Windows 10 Mobile Enterprise

    Windows 10 IoT Core

    Windows 10 IoT Core is optimized for small-footprint, low-cost IoT devices that bring intelligence to the edge. It is designed to power purpose-built devices like gateways that enable IoT solutions. Windows 10 IoT Core also brings enterprise-grade security,
    manageability, and connectivity of Windows to a new class of devices.


    Below are the steps to bring your IoT Core powered devices to life:

    • Click to
      Download
      IoT Core
    • Learn more about how to create applications and build proof of concepts and leverage step-by-step instructions, sample
      code, documentation, community projects and more…
    • Ready to sell your product?
      Commercialize
      your device or
      Find
      your local distributor.

    Actually, IoT Core does not have a menu, that is the default application that comes installed on the sample image from Microsoft. When you create your device you would replace that default experience with the purpose driven application for your solution.
    As for securing an IoT device, it really depends on its purpose and environment but for information on IoT Core you can find documentation at WindowsOnDevices.com. Specifically

    https://developer.microsoft.com/en-us/windows/iot/docs/buildingsecuredevices


    Sincerely,
     
    IoTGirl, Jun 13, 2018
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  3. DavidKochkerian Win User
    Windows 10 Enterprise IoT

    Does anyone know how to get an ISO for Windows 10 IoT Enterprise Edition?

    Microsoft states that Windows 10 IoT Enterprise is a binary equivalent to Windows 10 Enterprise, does this mean I can just use a copy of Windows 10 Enterprise, and create an IoT image using Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer?

    Does it only work with x86 version of Windows?

    There is not much info on the internet about this...

    Thanks,

    David
     
    DavidKochkerian, Jun 13, 2018
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