Windows 10 Enterprise LTSB Autounattnded.xml

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  1. spidernz

    spidernz MDL Senior Member

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    Anyone have a xml that has all the silly 3 pages of "MS wants your info" options turned off when installing?
     
  2. farukkaraca

    farukkaraca MDL Member

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    As far as i can understand , you dont need full autounattend.xml..
    You need autounattend.xml for the last phase of the installation that is OOBE
    Here is an x64 autounattend.txt.. Edit with notepad and change YOURNAME with your real name or anything you want
    and save it as Autounattend.xml
     

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  3. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    This xml doesn't change the express settings to "OFF", i thought that's what the OP asked for?
     
  4. farukkaraca

    farukkaraca MDL Member

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    What is deficient in my xml.. what do you think ?
     
  5. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    #5 Enthousiast, Feb 8, 2016
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    I don't use autounattend files so i wouldn't know that. The better question is "what line in the xml file does set all express settings to "off"".

    AFAIK is that if one setting during oobe is set by a xml file, alle others, who are not specified in the xml file, just will be skipped (not shown but also not changing the default setting). Please correct me if i'm wrong.
     
  6. farukkaraca

    farukkaraca MDL Member

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    In this case , you are right. My xml doesnt turn all express settings to off , but bypass express settings..

    I think Spidernz's question is not clear.. Does he want all express settings to off or does he want to skip express settings during installation ?
     
  7. Enthousiast

    Enthousiast MDL Tester

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    The options (if you want to change the express settings) are 3 pages, and the option is ON or OFF so i guess it's about that.
     
  8. spidernz

    spidernz MDL Senior Member

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    Yeah can you turn the off via autounttended.xml?

    or is it easier bypass it and then use a reg tweak to turn turn them off? If so is there a reg tweak, i think ppl have amde apps that turn some of them off (aka the telemetry ones).

    Coz there's those and then in settings -> privacy all those radio button need to be turned off too.

    Sorry if this is a bit noob, i use windows 8.1 mostly and have only experimented with 10 a bit back when it first released.
     
  9. spidernz

    spidernz MDL Senior Member

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    #10 spidernz, Feb 10, 2016
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    Well Not sure if that actually turns them all off or just some, but it does skip all the screens.
    Seems might have to do it via regfile.

    Here's my Xml in case anyone wants it, just change the names of acc,comp,network.
    It's been validated in WISM
     

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  10. mehargags

    mehargags MDL Junior Member

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    I also want to be able to login as Administrator (built-in) super admin on LTSB edition... can you help me with that please ?