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  1. Kari's Avatar
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       #650

    n00bhere said:
    hello and thank you very much for this tutorial.

    could someone please confirm if edge does or does not work in audit mode?

    i clicked cancel on the system prep box and i can use edge. am i still in audit mode?
    Since version 1709, Edge works in Audit Mode. In fact, quite a lot has been changed in Windows since the tutorial was made. When I just find time enough, I will redo the whole tutorial.

    Kari
    Last edited by Kari; 21 May 2018 at 09:46. Reason: Some typos fixed
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    I install Windows 10 Education than enter Audit Mode did all the stuff I wanted to do and than SysPrep it. The system never took my changes or even Desktop look and feel. I had Copy Profile True in my XML file Still I'm a little ??? on what to do next. I have try many different ways to look at the issue but still no go in terms of making it work.
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       #652

    Kari said:
    Since version 1709, Edge works in Audit Mode. In fact, quite a lot has been changed in Windows since the tutorial was made. When I just find time enough, I will redo the whole tutorial.
    Kari

    Would it be possible to add a side option in your tutorial for people whom won't be using Windows Imaging when you redo the tutorial?Would it be possible to add a side option in your tutorial for people whom won't be using Windows Imaging when you redo the tutorial?
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    Hi all, while attempting sysprep I got a few errors (logged in Panther) which I could not explain (i.e. Sysprep would not finish). Maybe others can benefit from this info, one linked helped in particular:

    SysPrep Windows 10 Pro Error (0x0f0070 0x0f00d8) - Server Fault

    what basically happened: somewhere along preparing Windows etc, I installed something/deleted something that caused Errors, in my case language packs. Once deleted in powershell sysprep worked :)
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  5. Posts : 7
    Windows 10 Pro 64bit
       #654

    StockMast3r said:
    Hi all, while attempting sysprep I got a few errors (logged in Panther) which I could not explain (i.e. Sysprep would not finish). Maybe others can benefit from this info, one linked helped in particular:

    SysPrep Windows 10 Pro Error (0x0f0070 0x0f00d8) - Server Fault

    what basically happened: somewhere along preparing Windows etc, I installed something/deleted something that caused Errors, in my case language packs. Once deleted in powershell sysprep worked :)
    Had the same error and problem is in windows store apps. Just remove them before sysprep and disconnect from internet.
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  6. Posts : 3
    Windows 10
       #655

    Problems after enabling built-in administrator account


    Hi guys, I have a problem that I can not solve.
    If I enable the default administrator profile, after executing the sysprep, in any user is created, after to the first login as administrator, I can no longer set the default program settings, proxy settings, cortana does not work and other problems.
    The problems only occurs for new users and whether you set copyprofile to true, or if you set it to false, in the unattend file..
    You have some ideas to solve this problem?
    Sorry for my English.

    Thanks
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  7. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #656

    I've been using this tutorial for a few versions of Win 10 Enterprise including 1709 and the previous two. I just tried using for Win 10 1803 Enterprise and I cannot get passed the OOBE when trying to install my new image.

    I keep getting the following errors during the OOBE setup on a fresh install with my new image:

    1. I get this one while setting up a local account instead of an online account. I fill in the username, create a password, do the security question answers. It starts with its "Just a moment" then after a bit I get this:

    "Something went wrong. You can try again or skip for now. OOBELOCALHELLO"

    Trying again just keeps giving this error so I hit skip:

    Just a moment comes up then it goes to Make Cortana....

    I hit no.

    Just a moment again.

    Then I get to the settings page for privacy settings. I pick my settings and hit accept and get the next error, which no matter what I cannot get past and my image is basically useless. This error is:

    "Something went wrong. You can try again or skip for now. OOBESETTINGS"


    Now, If I attempt to shutdown and start again, when I go to create my user account and enter the same name, it says it already exists and to enter a different name. If I do that and go through again, I still get the same two errors.

    I'm extremely frustrated and appreciate any help figuring this out. I never had these issues using this tutorial for previous builds of Windows 10 Enterprise including 1709.
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  8. Kari's Avatar
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       #657

    djl236 said:
    I've been using this tutorial for a few versions of Win 10 Enterprise including 1709 and the previous two. I just tried using for Win 10 1803 Enterprise and I cannot get passed the OOBE when trying to install my new image.

    I keep getting the following errors during the OOBE setup on a fresh install with my new image:
    It's better to completely automate OOBE, bypassing all OOBE dialogs simply by taking care of them in answer file. See this tutorial, Step Three shows how to prepare unattend.xml for automated OOBE: Create media for automated unattended install of Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials

    Kari
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  9. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #658

    Kari said:
    It's better to completely automate OOBE, bypassing all OOBE dialogs simply by taking care of them in answer file. See this tutorial, Step Three shows how to prepare unattend.xml for automated OOBE: Create media for automated unattended install of Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials

    Kari
    I'll give this a try, Kari. Thank you.

    I was really wondering if it was something I screwed up or if its the new 1803 build.
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  10. Posts : 11
    Windows 10 Enterprise
       #659

    Kari said:
    It's better to completely automate OOBE, bypassing all OOBE dialogs simply by taking care of them in answer file. See this tutorial, Step Three shows how to prepare unattend.xml for automated OOBE: Create media for automated unattended install of Windows 10 | Windows 10 Tutorials

    Kari
    So your advice worked but on the initial install setup/login, I get this:

    The Group Policy Client service failed the sign in. The universal unique identifier (UUID) type is not supported.


    Every subsequent login seems to work fine and this error doesn't reappear. Odd.
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