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If you are experiencing administrative Template Error 62, the following guide may help you.
Moment Code appears in Endpoint Manager under Windows -> Device -> Windows Configuration Profile -> “Instance in Windows 10 Administrative Template” -> -> Monitor/Device Configuration Examine this model to get the status.< >An interesting “feature”: all instances that failed 12 days ago disappeared. (While others just created at the same time, very successful instances are running in circles) anyway… Good luck getting the engineers to explain why the negative status disappears automatically.
Your instances appear here, which will own the message “When the Windows Know folder disappeared unattended in OneDrive”
There was a time when Microsoft created unique lookup error codes for and we know they will be unique in this tech industry, but now they just use generic standard numbers (0x20100 – AKA… Yeah, that’s no effort, does ask your admin maybe they know why’) it’s very hard to make sure you correlate when looking for an explanation.
I’m prnamed the configuration, checked the current status, and for some reason generated the OnDrive Win10 administrator settings error type with 0x20100, and the rest – “successful”.
Event Exchange appears in Endpoint Manager under Windows -> Device -> Windows – Configuration Profile -> “Windows 10 Administrative Template Instance” -> Monitor/Device Settings -> Examine the model to get the state. <"Function", br>Interestingly, all the instances that failed 12 days ago have disappeared. (while multiple instances, others created at the same time and that follow each other are probably present) anyway… good luck to help the engineers explain why, the bad status disappears mechanically.
Here’s an example of what appears to be a message, appearing in full under “Automatically move the Windows Know directory to OneDrive”
There was a time when Microsoft created coupons for specific bugs that could also be found. We know it will be exclusive to this domain, but technically they only use the common 0x20100- AKA…ah, that didn’t work, ask your own maybe admin, maybe he knows why’) and they are very hard to match when one is looking for an explanation.
I created an app to check settings, status and for some reason win10admin OnDrive settings gave all errors with 0x20100 and others can be found as “Success”.