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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Common Questions

What are the difference between Windows 10 Desktop and Windows 10 IoT Core?

How I can access files on Windows 10 IoT Core?

How I edit firewall settings on Windows 10 IoT Core?

How I manage Network settings on Windows 10 IoT Core?

How I get the image creation time?

Use the follwing command aft connected with PowerShell or ssh. Also you can use the command prompt webfrontend.

reg query "HKLM\Software\KuK"

Which Hardware is supported on Windows 10 IoT Core ?

Which Features are support by processor family?

Trizeps VII → NXP i.MX6
Trizeps VIII → NXP i.MX8M
Trizeps VIII Mini→ NXP i.MX8M Mini
Myon I → Qualcomm Snapdragon 410 (APQ8016)
Myon II → NXP i.MX8M Mini
Windows 10 IoT Core Features by Processor Family

What are the supported media codecs on Windows 10 IoT Core?

Please not that the GPU support on NXP based modules are only limited GPU support, so we recommend Qualcomm based modules for multimedia Solutions. Media Codec support

Is there a migration path for Windows CE applications?

Yes, you can get some Information from Microsoft an Register to get updates. Moving Windows CE Applications to Windows 10 IoT

2. Create Image Questions

How I can create an Image for Windows 10 IoT Core?

Here you can find an binary build environment for Myon I and Trizeps VII.
For Myon II, Trizeps VIII and Trizeps VIII Mini we will add later.
Windows 10 IoT Core Image creation guide

Where I can find an Windows 10 IoT Core feature list?

Can I test ACPI or UEFI changes without image creation?

Yes, you can Change single partitions on Windows 10 IoT Core, we prefere to use this feature only for testing.
How to update single partitions on emmc
On Trizeps you can change the uefi.fit on EFIESP partition.

3. Using Windows IoT Core

How I can connect to Windows IoT Core?

What is the Default login?

user: Administrator
password: p@ssw0rd

How to use the TPM (Myon I)?

In order to enable Secure Boot, it may be necessary to provision RPMB. Once the eMMC has been flashed with Windows 10 IoT Core (as per instructions here, press [Power] + [Vol+] simultaneously on the device when powering up and select „Provision RPMB“ from the BDS menu. Please note that this is an irreversible step.

Enable TPM: https://github.com/ms-iot/iot-walkthrough/tree/master/Security

Save Azure keys in TPM: https://github.com/ms-iot/iot-walkthrough/blob/master/Security/TPM/README.md

Are there any Database Systems for IoT Core?

4. Technical Help

Why am I unable to create IoT CAB packages and FFU images after February 1st 2022?

You can check which certificates you are using on the host machine by looking at the available certificates in „certmgr“ under „Personal\Certificates“. Also you will notice error messages about the expired vertificates when trying to build the CAB files with the -verbose parameter: New-IoTCabPackage All -verbose

On February 1st 2022 some of the test certificates that are included in the Assessment and Deployment Kit (ADK) expired. Since then Microsoft has updated the ADK Addonkit (https://github.com/ms-iot/iot-adk-addonkit) repo with a set of new certificates that will not expire before 2027. You can apply the new certificats by cloning the ADK Addonkit repository, launching „IoTCorePShell.cmd“ and executing the command „installoemcerts.cmd“. Once that is done you should be able to build the CAB packages and FFU-Images again.

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