Windows embedded OS provide a subset of the functionality normally available in the standard variants of the OS. These are generally supported with the following caveat:

Windows Embedded versions are customizable Windows OS, best suited for embedded or kiosk usage and may only have a small subset of the full operating system features. Support for Windows Embedded will need to be evaluated on a case-by-case basis.

To support Windows Embedded OSes, you must define the Universal Write Filters (UWF) that determine what an application is allowed to change in the OS, see for details on how to set these for Configuration Manager. The UWF fall into two categories: File Exceptions and Registry Exceptions. 

For Nomad, UWF should be defined for the following:

File Exceptions


Registry Exceptions