CVB13.01 on Windows 10 IoT Enterprise

We have been using CVB13.01 for a few years now and installing them on Windows 10 Pro 64 bit machines.

As Windows have now moved their 10 Pro to the 10 IoT enterprise, I was wondering if any of you guys have tested it to see if it all works? Do you know if we can continue to use CVB 13.01 on a Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019 LTSC machine?

Hi @Gda21 ,

we have Cvb running on multiple Win 10 IoT machines as far as I am aware.
There might just be one thing to be aware of and that is the UWF. This feature however is also available on Win 10 Pro but most of the times it wont be used there.
If you use this feature keep in mind, that cvb needs write access to some locations on the machine like for example:


However, if the UWF filters are disabled for installing Cvb, once installed you might very well be able to activate the UWF again with all drives locked.
This is something I have not tested yet but I assume this should work as this is nothing else than a fresh Cvb installation everytime you restart the machine.

Keep in mind, that all settings you have made in Cvb that are stored on a protected location of the OS will be lost once you restart the machine.


Thanks a lot @Chris.

Would you be able to comment on whether CVB version 13/13.01 has specifically been tested and ran on a Windows 10 IoT Enterprise 2019 LTSC machine?

I will let you know once I have the confirmation from our Assembly and Configuration Department.
Still, I am 90% sure it should work.

Also another update I found in the releasenotes:

Common Vision Blox 2021 (13.4) body { margin: 0px; background: #FFFFFF; }

The 64 bit Windows version of Common Vision Blox was tested under Windows 10 x64. It also generally runs on the Embedded versions of Windows x64 (for best results we suggest building your Windows Embedded image based on the Application Compatibility Template).

Hi @Gda21
now finally I also have the confirmation from our Assembly and Configuration Department that we have shipped this combination numerous times already without problems.

OK thank you very much for your help. We shall purchase a Windows IoT machine and try this.

Just wanted to say that we have tested this now and all seems to work as expected.
Thank you for your help.

1 Like

Hi @Gda21
thats great news, thank you for your feedback :slight_smile: