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  1.    02 May 2017 #30

    Hello how to make usb with provisioning package that will be detected in Out of box experience state?
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       06 May 2017 #31

    brylok1981 said: View Post
    Hello how to make usb with provisioning package that will be detected in Out of box experience state?
    Hi there brylok1981, sorry for delayed response.

    I believe the provisioning packages mentioned in this Tutorial, which contain Win32 apps from an installation, can only be applied during the Setup process; I think it won't work during the Out of Box experience (OOBE). I haven't tried it with the latest version of Windows and the latest ADK but I'd be surprised if that has changed.

    If you do want to create provisioning packages containing other settings, then I believe Microsoft's recommended approach is to use the Windows Configuration Designer. (This was formerly the Windows Imaging and Configuration Designer, but in version 1703 the Imaging capabilities have been removed.) This tool is found within the Windows ADK.

    To apply the package from a USB drive, it should be possible to Insert the USB at the first OOBE screen and it should be detected. The provisioning package needs to be in the root folder of the USB drive. I haven't tried it myself with a recent version though.
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