Its time to have a little fun and get some learning done at the same time. This name of this game is Frogger.

New OSBuilder Home

To make things easier to follow and not clutter things up, I am going to start with a brand new OSBuilder Home. I'll use the following command

OSBuilder -SetPath C:\OSDeploy\Frogger

I'll import a brand new Operating System using the following command

You will want to have your OSMedia updated by using Update-OSMedia, but for this game, it is not really necessary

Frogger Arcade Pack

Now its time to download the Frogger Arcade Pack. Download and Unzip the attached Zip file

Now its time to place the Zip contents in the proper locations

Frogger Registry

Move the contents of Frogger Registry into your Templates\Registry\AutoApply\Windows 10. This will ensure that the Registry entries get applied to every Windows 10 OSBuild

Frogger Wallpaper

Copy the entire Frogger Wallpaper directory into the Templates\ExtraFiles\AutoApply\Windows 10 directory. This will ensure that the contents of Frogger Wallpaper are copied into the OS of every Windows 10 OSBuild

PowerShell Script

To have the PowerShell Script executed with every OSBuild, no matter the Operating System, copy it into the Templates\Scripts\AutoApply\Global directory

Start Layout

Finally, copy the Windows 10.xml file into the Content\StartLayout directory


Now create a New-OSBuildTask with the following command line

New-OSBuildTask -TaskName Frogger -CustomName Frogger

You will select the Operating System, and then be prompted to select a Start Layout. Select the one that was added from the Frogger Arcade Pack


Now its time to execute the OSBuild. The SkipUpdates parameter is used to prevent the Windows Updates from being applied. This will save a significant amount of time and should be used for testing only. The MediaISO will create an ISO (ADK required) and allow us to test the image in a Virtual Machine

New-OSBuild -SkipUpdates -Execute -MediaISO

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