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The current user associations could not be exported to file Error 0x80004002

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  • It is no longer possible to export default file associations using "dism /Online /Export-DefaultAppAssociations" command on Windows 10 Enterprise 1709 16299.125 after installing KB4058258.

    I had no issues exporting file associations with DISM prior to installing KB4058258.

    In my specific case, after uninstalling KB4058258, I was able to export file associations using DISM without issues.

    I am currently trying to find the easy way to report this to Microsoft because it looks like a problem with DISM and KB4058258 on Windows 10 1709 since I was able to reproduce this on Windows 10 Enterprise 1709 16299.125. and Windows 10 Pro 1709 16299.199. If anyone knows an easy way to report this to Microsoft, it would be highly appreciated.

    Hope this will help those who are wondering why it is no longer possible to export default file associations using DISM in Windows 10 1709.



    Tuesday, February 6, 2018 9:38 AM

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  • Thanks for this dstoisav.

    Hoping MS responds quickly - it was disastrously irresponsible of MS to make this the recommended Channel whilst the basics of creating a proper OS Image for 1709 are broken.

    Thursday, February 15, 2018 11:58 AM
  • Thanks for this dstoisav.

    Hoping MS responds quickly - it was disastrously irresponsible of MS to make this the recommended Channel whilst the basics of creating a proper OS Image for 1709 are broken.

    While we wait for MS to fix the issue, just uninstall KB4058258 and export your file associations.  You really shouldn't need to do this often.
    • Edited by JoseEspitia Thursday, February 15, 2018 3:25 PM
    Thursday, February 15, 2018 3:25 PM
  • Following.   Also require the fix
    Monday, February 19, 2018 11:40 AM
  • Unfortunately, images made from the December Windows 10 1709 cumulative iso already have this baked in, so you cannot uninstall it....

    I have a case open to Microsoft, let's see what they can do.

    Tuesday, February 20, 2018 8:32 AM
  • I just ran into the same issue.  I just downloaded a recent ISO image labeled 1709.1 for Win10.  When it was at build 16299.125, I could export just fine.  As soon as it did the Windows updates and go to 16299.248, DSIM now fails with the same errors.

    But this 1709.1 does appear to have the Spectre/Meltdown patch baked in.  But as soon as KB4074588  2018-02 Cumulative Update was installed, it kills DSIM.

    I'm going to start with a fresh image and see if I can use the pause updates feature.  Get all of my apps installed and set my defaults.  Do the export/import to my image.  Then do the updates.  I'm hoping Microsoft won't take long to fix this.

    Tuesday, February 20, 2018 2:09 PM
  • Microsoft must have pulled the offending update.  I rebuilt my virtual image 4 times on Friday.  Each time there were two Windows updates plus an Adobe Flash update.  Today I started over the 5th time.  Tried a "check for updates" twice.  All it has found were Office updates.  The other 2 are gone.  And still at build 16299.125 instead of the .248 I would hit on Friday.
    Tuesday, February 20, 2018 5:35 PM
  • Good to know it's not just me going crazy - will be keeping an eye on how this ones turns out.
    Wednesday, February 21, 2018 4:44 AM
  • Getting _exactly_ the same issue here after working previously with no issues with this part of the process.
    Wednesday, February 21, 2018 11:19 AM
  • Following. Same issue...
    Thursday, February 22, 2018 4:37 AM
  • Same issue here. Following this to see if any resolution can be found.
    Thursday, February 22, 2018 2:54 PM
  • I ran into this issue too. Good to know I'm not the only one. Are you guys also having the issue where modern "WindowsApps" are not showing/installed for newly created user accounts? I'm working on an image for 1709 and these issues are a real pain.
    Thursday, February 22, 2018 8:01 PM
  • Same issue here. Following this to see if any resolution can be found.

    I just found this from another site I was researching. The User suggested using this syntax instead:

    Dism /Online /get-DefaultAppAssociations >C:\TEMP\DefaultApps.txt

    I tested it just now and found that it worked! Opened the file and all looks good there too. Not sure why it makes a difference but whatever works right.

    Credit to the solution came from the site below:

    https://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/ie/en-US/0d3d994a-fd12-4b27-a684-a60c665e29db/help-failing-to-export-default-file-associations-on-server-2012r2?forum=mdt


    • Edited by spacemanzero Thursday, February 22, 2018 8:37 PM
    Thursday, February 22, 2018 8:36 PM
  • Same issue here and my machine tells me that the update isn't installed so can't be removed.  I've tried the alternative

    Dism /Online /get-DefaultAppAssociations >C:\TEMP\DefaultApps.txt

    This works OK but the output doesn't include my file association changes.  It still has PDF set to Edge..

    Friday, February 23, 2018 11:06 AM
  • Same issues.  I have the iso with the update baked in.  The "get-DefaultAppAssociations" is data, but it's not the correct data.  I really hope they get this fixed soon since I'm supposed to be deploying this soon, but I don't want everyone opening PDFs with Edge!
    Tuesday, February 27, 2018 9:24 PM
  • KB4058258 and KB4074588 did apparently more than breaking the DISM command. MS also deactivated the "hidden" legacy settings screen (control /name Microsoft.DefaultPrograms /page pageDefaultProgram) some programs (like IrfanView) still use.

    Without these updates, this legacy setting screen works. With one of these updates installed, it will do nothing. There's no error message, leaving the user wondering why it's not working. Removing the control and triggering the "use Control Panel / Apps" message would've been better.

    /Export-DefaultAppAssocation and /Get-DefaultAppAssocation are generating vast different outputs, so that's not a solution. Only solution for a reference image right now: Use an older b1709 ISO and don't update prior exporting or "wusa /uninstall /kb:4074588"

    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 7:34 AM
  • Yeah it looks like Dism /Online /get-DefaultAppAssociations >C:\TEMP\DefaultApps.txt just spits out MS Defaults that are shipped and will be applied after an upgrade.

    Anyone know how I can pull my REAL defaults that are current set on machine?

    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 3:46 PM
  • I was wondering why the legacy default programs thing appeared unable to make changes. All I am trying to do is use my existing customized image to make some further default program changes and export them as a reference to build a new OEMDefaultAssociations.xml file to improve my install image. Apparently slipstreaming 2018-02 Cumulative broke all this stuff.

    Thank you for the information, I am going to try to roll back the patches just so I can get an export working.

    EDIT: Confirmed that the only thing I had to do was the one patch uninstall

    "wusa /uninstall /kb:4074588"

    dism /export-defaultappassociations now works perfectly and got me exactly the data that I needed.

    THANK YOU (and a big middle finger to Microsoft for the constantly changing and multiplying hoops that they are forcing us system administrators to jump through, simply to make their flagship OS actually functioning correctly in a workplace environment. Can't wait to see what new fresh hell is foisted upon us with the next feature build.)


    • Edited by David Vulyak Wednesday, February 28, 2018 6:41 PM
    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 6:33 PM
  • If you uninstall KB4074588 with wusa ---"wusa /uninstall /kb:4074588"

    Reboot and then you can run the normal dism /export-defaultappassociations which will pull the current user's defaults like it used to..

    Then you can just patch the machine back up (or not, if it's just a test machine)

     
    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 6:48 PM
  • that did the trick for me!  thanks!
    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 7:11 PM
  • I was wondering why the legacy default programs thing appeared unable to make changes. All I am trying to do is use my existing customized image to make some further default program changes and export them as a reference to build a new OEMDefaultAssociations.xml file to improve my install image. Apparently slipstreaming 2018-02 Cumulative broke all this stuff.

    Thank you for the information, I am going to try to roll back the patches just so I can get an export working.

    EDIT: Confirmed that the only thing I had to do was the one patch uninstall

    "wusa /uninstall /kb:4074588"

    dism /export-defaultappassociations now works perfectly and got me exactly the data that I needed.

    THANK YOU (and a big middle finger to Microsoft for the constantly changing and multiplying hoops that they are forcing us system administrators to jump through, simply to make their flagship OS actually functioning correctly in a workplace environment. Can't wait to see what new fresh hell is foisted upon us with the next feature build.)


    I tried the uninstall of KB4074588 and then ran the /export-defaultappassociations with the same result. I then went ahead and did the uninstall of KB4058258 and then tried again. The result was a 100% success and I checked the output file and everything is set correctly with the defaults. 

    Thank you so much for the workaround to this problem!

     
    Wednesday, February 28, 2018 8:10 PM
  • In the newest Updates the update was replaced by KB4090913 whicht still has the same issue.

    So make sure neither KB4058258, KB4074588 nor KB4090913 is installed. (Win 10 1709) when trying to export.

    Thursday, March 8, 2018 9:40 AM
  • In the newest Updates the update was replaced by KB4090913 whicht still has the same issue.

    So make sure neither KB4058258, KB4074588 nor KB4090913 is installed. (Win 10 1709) when trying to export.

    Thank you -- this solved the issue for me. This is the ONLY post I've seen online that includes all three possible KB's.
    Friday, March 9, 2018 4:08 PM
  • Same issue here, and also machines upgraded from 1607 to 1709 with custom default app association reverted to Microsoft default app association on mandatory profiles.
    Saturday, March 10, 2018 6:17 PM
  • you can confirm this by creating a new user and see if your old app association is still working... 
    Saturday, March 10, 2018 6:23 PM
  • Yay for the Microsoft muppets, still an issue in 1709 - patch level 16299.251 

    manually change from Edge to IE11

    manually change .PDF from Edge to Adobe reader v11

    get a export (before patch), do a manual reset to defaults, perform the import (command works)

    but doesn't - defaults remain with Edge {sigh}


    • Edited by jrpatience Monday, March 12, 2018 2:56 AM
    Monday, March 12, 2018 2:56 AM
  • I am experiencing the same issue on 16299.251 
    Thursday, March 15, 2018 8:30 PM
  • Has anyone received new information this case from Microsoft?

    I cant use old method with sccm osd task sequense but when i put the custom template straight to image that works prefectly. I just mounted my "windows 10 1709"wim image with dism on the server 2016 and used "Dism.exe /Image:C:\Tmp\offline /Import-DefaultAppAssociations:C:\Tmp\win10defaltapps.xml" -command.  Now i can use latest windows 10 image and use my comppany custom file associations template.

    • Edited by MikkoMan Wednesday, March 21, 2018 1:34 PM
    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 10:57 AM
  • Yargen... just wasted my image refresh with v1709 (16299.309) getting the same problem.

    I only have the following updates installed:

    4088776
    4090914
    4058043
    4054022

    and the obligatory Adobe updates:
    4048951
    4049179
    4056887
    4074595
    4088785

    Tried removing 4090914; "Update ... is required by your computer and cannot be uninstalled."

    Removing 4088776, which rolled it back to .248 fixed it for me.


    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 5:24 PM
  • Thanks Ericahalfbee! Removing 4088776 worked for me!
    Wednesday, March 21, 2018 7:03 PM
  • Thanks I only had 4088776 & 4090914, removing 4088776 did it.
    Thursday, March 22, 2018 8:05 PM
  • Removing 4088776 worked for me too.
    Wednesday, March 28, 2018 5:48 PM
  • Unfortunately, images made from the December Windows 10 1709 cumulative iso already have this baked in, so you cannot uninstall it....

    I have a case open to Microsoft, let's see what they can do.

    Hi Sami Nieminen, do you have any informations about your case? Unbeliveable, but this bugs annoys us as sysadmins since two months. I think there will be no fix within the 1709 line :-(

    Unfortunately I didn't get to the point where I can export my xml no matter which update I remove (I dont have 4088776 on my pc, the last cumulative update was 4089848 and removing it changed nothing).  This crap freaks me out and wasted my time enough for today. Hope to hear from you and your ms-call.

    best regards

    Toby


    • Edited by Snakerl Thursday, March 29, 2018 2:28 PM
    Thursday, March 29, 2018 2:13 PM
  • No work around found on build 16299.334 no matter what kb is uninstalled this issue is still there.  Anyone find a solution yet?  Just starting the roll out windows 10 in healthcare and most insurance eligibility sites (as an example) don't work with edge, and changing the defaults for everyone individually is not fun!
    Thursday, March 29, 2018 5:13 PM
  • anyone tired 1803?
    Friday, March 30, 2018 3:33 AM
  • Did they ever get back to you?
    Tuesday, April 3, 2018 1:50 PM
  • I removed 4088776 using the following command:

    wusa /uninstall /kb:4088776

    I can now use command:

    Dism /Online /Export-DefaultAppAssociations:\\Server\Share\AppAss.XML

    I am running Windows 10 Version 1709 (OS Build 16299.125)




    • Edited by oJJaXo Wednesday, April 4, 2018 3:29 PM
    Wednesday, April 4, 2018 3:28 PM
  • Yargen... just wasted my image refresh with v1709 (16299.309) getting the same problem.

    I only have the following updates installed:

    4088776
    4090914
    4058043
    4054022

    and the obligatory Adobe updates:
    4048951
    4049179
    4056887
    4074595
    4088785

    Tried removing 4090914; "Update ... is required by your computer and cannot be uninstalled."

    Removing 4088776, which rolled it back to .248 fixed it for me.


    Removing 4088776 worked for me too, thankfully.  

     
    Wednesday, April 4, 2018 3:45 PM
  • Does anybody have any suggestions for Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.16299.371]? It's build 1709, but I can't remove any of the above KBs including 4088776 (they're not installed).
    Wednesday, April 11, 2018 10:04 PM
  • I too need suggestion for fixing this. I am also on build 1709 and can't get this to work.

    First MS breaks GPO's in pro by design to force people down an expensive upgrade path, now they do this type of stuff. Frustrating to say the least.

    Friday, April 13, 2018 3:44 PM
  • KB4093112 and still broken.

    At least importing still works. I don't think it'll ever be fixed in 1709.

    Monday, April 16, 2018 8:55 AM
  • Hey all,

    I too had this obnoxious awful issue. I'm on build .371 and I removed Security Update KB4093112 using the wusa command, rebooted in audit mode and the DISM export commands worked without a problem.

    Microsoft, please stop making these upgrades worse...1607 was a PITA as it was, this was supposed to be easier...you have made it more difficult..that is not progress...

    EDIT: the command works, but outputs the same junk with the "upgrade" stuff with defaults. I'm going to attempt modifying the file with my own parameters I used the last time, will see if it works or not.. *sigh*

    EDIT2: SO...I imaged a physical machine with the same image I am building in a VM. I logged in as an admin account, removed update KB4093112, restarted the PC, logged in again, made my default app settings, and I was able to successfully export the default app file using the DISM command. The file looks great, like it used to. Importing works as well. You can reinstall that update afterwards. Hope this helps someone. Looks like the trick is to do this outside of the VM..

    • Edited by merophosis Thursday, April 19, 2018 3:24 PM
    Wednesday, April 18, 2018 5:02 AM
  • Does anybody have any suggestions for Microsoft Windows [Version 10.0.16299.371]? It's build 1709, but I can't remove any of the above KBs including 4088776 (they're not installed).

    See my reply at the bottom of the thread.
    • Edited by merophosis Thursday, April 19, 2018 3:25 PM
    Thursday, April 19, 2018 3:25 PM
  • Hi

    As of today - April 25

    If none of the KB's below are installed check for the later KB4074588
    I removed that today and it works for now.


    Uninstall KB4088776

    wusa /uninstall /kb:4088776

    If you cannot find (unistall) the KB4088776, then uninstall the KB4093112

    wusa /uninstall /kb:4093112

    and restart

    THEN uninstall KB4088776

    wusa /uninstall /kb:4088776




    Wednesday, April 25, 2018 12:53 PM
  • Hi,

    what if I can't rollback to 16299.248...I mean this Windows was installed with ISO file version 16299.371 and no uninstall source files are available to do the multiple uninstall to rollback to 16299.248

    I wasn't sold to Windows 10, but now I start hating it more and more !

    Wednesday, April 25, 2018 5:28 PM
  • My domain joined workstation, didn't have any of those updates installed until I have tried: KB4093112.
    As the result, it worked for me!

    Many thanks for sharing this! 

    Yavar

    Thursday, April 26, 2018 6:06 PM
  • Still not working for me. Only KB I had installed was KB4093105. Removed that but still doesn't work. 

    Running 16299.371 

    Friday, April 27, 2018 8:28 PM
  • Yeah this worked Bueno Bueno!


    It worked for .371
    • Edited by GMJohnston Thursday, May 3, 2018 6:52 PM
    Thursday, May 3, 2018 6:52 PM
  • My domain joined workstation, didn't have any of those updates installed until I have tried: KB4093112.
    As the result, it worked for me!

    Many thanks for sharing this! 

    Yavar

    I was able to uninstall KB4093113 (none of the other KB number were shown to be installed on my machine).  This did not resolve my issue.  I still get the same error as the original post and cannot export properly.  Does anyone else have any more information on this?
    Friday, May 4, 2018 1:40 PM
  • I do a try today . I have two  image i made it in  a different time  the built number is Win 10 16299.125  . On each computer the have different cumulative update  KB4093112 and on the other computer have KB4093105 . I remove this cumulative update and i can now export  "dism /Online /Export-DefaultAppAssociations" command on Windows 10 Enterprise 1709 16299.125 . ;-))

    Problem has been solved for me !


    Friday, May 4, 2018 7:51 PM
  • I just downloaded the latest Win 10 1803 64 bit ISO image.  I've installed absolutely no updates, but I have all of my usual programs installed.  My version shows 1803 Build 17134.1.

    I can report I was able to do my usual DSIM export and import without error.  I haven't test deployed the image yet.  But I'll be surprised if it doesn't work.

    Thursday, May 10, 2018 7:49 PM
  • Hello,

    The fix for 1709 should be out with the quality update in May and monthly Cumulative update in June.


    Thanks, Darrell Gorter [MSFT] This posting is provided "AS IS" with no warranties, and confers no rights.

    Friday, May 11, 2018 8:59 PM
  • What is the KB which should finally fix this issue? 
    Thursday, May 17, 2018 12:29 PM
  • Hello People

    Managed it to Import a self-made/changed/tried/whatever XML file via GPO (Setting: "Set a default associations configuration file")

    Here is an example of setting default browser to IE and other settings.

    Notice, that you also have to change the ProgID and everything what's in the line.

    Example for Win 10 - Version 1709 - Build 16299.431

    ------------Start------------
    <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
    <DefaultAssociations>
      <Association Identifier=".3g2" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.3G2" />
      <Association Identifier=".3gp" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.3GP" />
      <Association Identifier=".3gp2" ProgId="WMP11.AssocFile.3G2" ApplicationName="Windows Media Player" />
      <Association Identifier=".3gpp" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.3GP" />
      <Association Identifier=".3mf" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXvhc4p7vz4b485xfp46hhk3fq3grkdgjg;AppXr0rz9yckydawgnrx5df1t9s57ne60yhn"  />
      <Association Identifier=".aac" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.ADTS" />
      <Association Identifier=".ac3" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".adt" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.ADTS" />
      <Association Identifier=".adts" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.ADTS" />
      <Association Identifier=".amr" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".arw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".avi" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.AVI" />
      <Association Identifier=".bmp" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;Paint.Picture" />
      <Association Identifier=".cr2" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".crw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".dib" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;Paint.Picture" />
      <Association Identifier=".ec3" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".epub" ProgId="AppXvepbp3z66accmsd0x877zbbxjctkpr6t" ApplicationName="Microsoft Edge" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".erf" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".fbx" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".flac" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".gif" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;giffile" />
      <Association Identifier=".glb" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".gltf" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".htm" ProgId="IE.AssocFile.HTM" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier=".html" ProgId="IE.AssocFile.HTM" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier=".jfif" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;pjpegfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".jpe" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;jpegfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".jpeg" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;jpegfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".jpg" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;jpegfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".jxr" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;wdpfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".kdc" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".m2t" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.M2TS" />
      <Association Identifier=".m2ts" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.M2TS" />
      <Association Identifier=".m3u" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".m4a" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.M4A" />
      <Association Identifier=".m4r" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".m4v" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.MP4"/>
      <Association Identifier=".mka" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MKA"/>
      <Association Identifier=".mkv" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".mod" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".mov" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.MOV" />
      <Association Identifier=".mrw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".MP2" ProgId="WMP11.AssocFile.MP3" ApplicationName="Windows Media Player" />
      <Association Identifier=".mp3" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MP3" />
      <Association Identifier=".mp4" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.MP4" />
      <Association Identifier=".mp4v" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.MP4" />
      <Association Identifier=".mpa" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".MPE" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".mpeg" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".mpg" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".mpv2" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.MPEG" />
      <Association Identifier=".mts" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.M2TS" />
      <Association Identifier=".nef" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".nrw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".obj" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".orf" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".oxps" ProgId="Windows.XPSReachViewer" ApplicationName="XPS Viewer" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX86746z2101ayy2ygv3g96e4eqdf8r99j" />
      <Association Identifier=".pdf" ProgId="AppXd4nrz8ff68srnhf9t5a8sbjyar1cr723" ApplicationName="Microsoft Edge" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXk660crfh0gw7gd9swc1nws708mn7qjr1;AppX86746z2101ayy2ygv3g96e4eqdf8r99j" />
      <Association Identifier=".pef" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".ply" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".png" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype;pngfile" />
      <Association Identifier=".raf" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".raw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".rw2" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".rwl" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".tif" ProgId="PhotoViewer.FileAssoc.Tiff" ApplicationName="Windows Photo Viewer" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX86746z2101ayy2ygv3g96e4eqdf8r99j;AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;TIFImage.Document" />
      <Association Identifier=".tiff" ProgId="PhotoViewer.FileAssoc.Tiff" ApplicationName="Windows Photo Viewer" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX86746z2101ayy2ygv3g96e4eqdf8r99j;AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;TIFImage.Document" />
      <Association Identifier=".tod" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".sr2" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".srw" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".stl" ProgId="AppX4r6v2fg5b2qwg1jprp713smfp4wb02yp" ApplicationName="View 3D" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXvhc4p7vz4b485xfp46hhk3fq3grkdgjg;AppXr0rz9yckydawgnrx5df1t9s57ne60yhn"  />
      <Association Identifier=".TS" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.TTS" />
      <Association Identifier=".TTS" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.TTS" />
      <Association Identifier=".txt" ProgId="txtfile" ApplicationName="Notepad" />
      <Association Identifier=".url" ProgId="IE.AssocFile.URL" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier=".wav" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.WAV" />
      <Association Identifier=".wdp" ProgId="AppX43hnxtbyyps62jhe9sqpdzxn1790zetc" ApplicationName="Photos" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX9vdwcvrwnbettpahnt26jswq0n8hgyah;Paint.Paint;Microsoft.PhotoManager.imagetype" />
      <Association Identifier=".website" ProgId="IE.AssocFile.WEBSITE" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier=".wm" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.ASF" />
      <Association Identifier=".wma" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.WMA" />
      <Association Identifier=".wmv" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXhjhjmgrfm2d7rd026az898dy2p1pcsyt;WMP11.AssocFile.WMV" />
      <Association Identifier=".WPL" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="WMP11.AssocFile.WPL" />
      <Association Identifier=".xps" ProgId="Windows.XPSReachViewer" ApplicationName="XPS Viewer" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppX86746z2101ayy2ygv3g96e4eqdf8r99j" />
      <Association Identifier=".xvid" ProgId="AppX6eg8h5sxqq90pv53845wmnbewywdqq5h" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier=".zpl" ProgId="AppXqj98qxeaynz6dv4459ayz6bnqxbyaqcs" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier="bingmaps" ProgId="AppXp9gkwccvk6fa6yyfq3tmsk8ws2nprk1p" ApplicationName="Maps" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" OverwriteIfProgIdIs="AppXde453qzh223ys1wt2jpyxz3z4cn10ngt;AppXsmrmb683pb8qxt0pktr3q27hkbyjm8sb" />
      <Association Identifier="http" ProgId="IE.HTTP" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier="https" ProgId="IE.HTTPS" ApplicationName="Internet Explorer" />
      <Association Identifier="mailto" ProgId="AppXydk58wgm44se4b399557yyyj1w7mbmvd" ApplicationName="Mail" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier="mswindowsmusic" ProgId="AppXtggqqtcfspt6ks3fjzyfppwc05yxwtwy" ApplicationName="Music" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
      <Association Identifier="mswindowsvideo" ProgId="AppX6w6n4f8xch1s3vzwf3af6bfe88qhxbza" ApplicationName="Movies &amp; TV" ApplyOnUpgrade="true" />
    </DefaultAssociations>

    ------------End------------

    Again, if you want to change from Edge to IE for example, you have to replace the complete line.

    Cheers,

    Stroboter



    • Edited by Stroboter Friday, May 18, 2018 12:46 PM Cheery - Cheers
    Friday, May 18, 2018 12:41 PM
  • I can confirm that the file association export is no longer an issue with 10v1803 Pro.

    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 2:55 PM
  • Keep uninstalling updates until you get back to build 16299.125 and exporting should work.  At least, it did for us.

    Shane Curtis


    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 5:27 PM
  • This appears to be resolved with the latest Windows 10 1709 cumulative update:

    May 21, 2018—KB4103714 (OS Build 16299.461)
    https://support.microsoft.com/en-us/help/4103714/windows-10-update-kb4103714

    Tuesday, May 22, 2018 7:13 PM
  • I can also confirm that KB4103714 fixed the export issue on Win10 1709. That's perfect timing because I just started using this process this week.
    Wednesday, May 23, 2018 1:07 PM
  • I get this error even with kb4103714 installed.
    Friday, May 25, 2018 10:08 AM
  • I tried KB4103714 on build 16299 and it produce the same error...  :-(
    Friday, May 25, 2018 3:29 PM
  • I get this error even with kb4103714 installed.

    If I update to 1803 it works though.
    Monday, May 28, 2018 8:06 AM
  • I believe you, but it still broke for me when I update to 1803, really crazy Microsoft!
    Tuesday, May 29, 2018 3:39 PM
  • I got it to finally work by installing a fresh image of 1709 and then installing the KB41303714.  What and adventure...
    Tuesday, May 29, 2018 4:10 PM
  • Worked for me too - the only thing is that the OSD requires it to be an XML.  Hopefully, I can just change the file type to .xml and it will work... Thanks

    Matteo Barreo

    Tuesday, June 12, 2018 1:39 PM
  • Hi,

    This dism issue has been corrected with the last KB4103714 update of 15.05.18, I ve just tried it and it worked fine.

    You can download the file here ( https://www.catalog.update.microsoft.com/Search.aspx?q=KB4103714 )

    double-click, install and restart.

    After this, just retype:

    > dism.exe /online /Export-DefaultAppAssociations:C:\Appassoc.xml

    and you should get the proper .xml file to deploy standard apps on new user accounts


    Monday, June 18, 2018 1:11 PM
  • After loose hours of test, kb41103714 not available for ltsb 2016. For me problem comes from setting libreoffice as default program in control panel.

    The culprit is that key:

    HKEY_CURRENT_USER\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\Shell\Associations\UrlAssociations\soffice.StarWriterGlobalDocument.6\UserChoice
    Just to test, reset default app associations in immersive control panel and dism is working again.

    Tuesday, June 19, 2018 1:32 PM
  • MS does stuff like this on purpose all the time.  My guess is not enough people were using edge, they found out sysadmins were trying to force IE still and they want more people using Edge, hence you break a command like this and make more enterprises use Edge.  Smart & Snaky.

    Matteo Barreo

    Friday, June 22, 2018 4:30 PM