Windows 10: Unable to enter Sysprep Audit Mode - Control + Shift + F3


  1. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       5 Days Ago #1

    Unable to enter Sysprep Audit Mode - Control + Shift + F3


    Hi,

    Trying to boot into Audit mode with a Lenovo X1 Yoga G2. I am at the screen where I am prompted with "Who's Going to use this PC". When I press Control + Shift + F3 the system volume goes up. This is Windows 10 Enterprise, Build\Version 1709. How can I get into Audit Mode off a brand new install?
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  2.    4 Days Ago #2

    Try Control + Shift +Fn + F3.
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  3. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
       4 Days Ago #3

    That worked. You think MS in their write ups would mention this and alot of the articles I have seen I don't recall any of them mentioning what you did. Maybe I wasn't looking hard enough. Thanks again.
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  4.    4 Days Ago #4

    Briandr73 said: View Post
    That worked. You think MS in their write ups would mention this and alot of the articles I have seen I don't recall any of them mentioning what you did. Maybe I wasn't looking hard enough. Thanks again.
    It is not an MS issue but a hardware design issue on your device. Many devices set up the function keys to use media functions in the unshifted state, and the MS function keys in the shifted state.

    You can usually reverse the shift function in the bios.
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  5. Posts : 5
    Windows 10 Enterprise
    Thread Starter
       4 Days Ago #5

    With audit mode when logged on with the Admin account that gets created does everything copy over to Default user? I know there is a command to copy default user profile. Just not sure if it changed from 7 to 10? Thanks.
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