I have been testing the Pin to Taskbar, Start Menu, and Desktop settings.
Windows 10 allows the end user to pin to Start Menu, Desktop, and the Taskbar. While Windows 7 only allows the end user to pin to the Desktop and the Taskbar.
When trying to utilize the Pin to Start Menu on Windows 10, we receive the following error: "Pin_Failed_StartMenuTiles (Bundle Name)". After clicking OK to the error, the shortcut is still added to the start menu.
The ZENworks log file states: [MetroStartMenuFolderingHandler]  [EXCEPTION in AddItemMetroStartMenuThread with message-pin/unpin failed with message Verb confirmation check failed.]
I verified that this happens on a fresh install of the Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB 2016 without group policies, applocker, etc.
I know these features are supposed to be experimental, but is everyone else getting these same results?