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Filetypes being reset to Edge on user logon?

Filetypes being reset to Edge on user logon?

Filetypes being reset to Edge on user logon?

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Hi all. I've got an MDT build that strips out win10 by essentially removing all but a couple of whitelisted packages, removes onedrive (boy that was fun to code) and installs office 2013 & winupdates etc.
But now I see during deployment and when a user logs on, messages about an app messing up a filetype and having it reset to Edge.  See photo

When a user logs in it says the same about PDF (adobe reader DC is installed during deployment) and when you run Reader it takes you back through setting the filetype association to itself again.
Anyone know why it's doing this when the previous build done mostly the same was wasn't doing this?

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Leozack

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MakeUniverse($infinity,1,42); 

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