Provisioning package creates account but OOBE still forces creation.  


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    Provisioning package creates account but OOBE still forces creation.


    Hello, I created a provisioning package to add a local admin account and connect to our domain. It runs during the OOBE and everything works, it just still forces me to create an account at startup. Is there a way to bypass this or would an answer file be a better solution?

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    Hello and Welcome


    I am not very familiar with the subject but I think you should use a autounattended.xml file.
    https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/win...e-search-order

    You can use the Windows System Image Manager or this website: Windows Answer File Generator to create an autounattend.xml file.

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    Loktow said:
    Hello, I created a provisioning package to add a local admin account and connect to our domain. It runs during the OOBE and everything works, it just still forces me to create an account at startup. Is there a way to bypass this or would an answer file be a better solution?
    An answer file would seem to be the solution. See Part Four of this tutorial.

    Create answer file for OOBE
    4.1) The second answer file is to take care of OOBE, to automate it bypassing region and keyboard selection and user account creation....
    Create media for automated unattended install of Windows 10
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