It's the same as dragging the slider all the way down after install. This is triggered before setup complete.cmd processes so you can fine tune specific behavior if needed. It sounds like your user account is already admin so basically dragging the slider all the way down would be effective.
Only need to add this toward the end of autounattend.xml before the last settings close tag, no other settings required from NTLite:
<component name="Microsoft-Windows-LUA-Settings" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35"...
I am a sysadmin, I don't even use this tool for removals and find its still a great bargain. I, in fact, prefer automating everything excluding partition/format. While I have the Pro version, I still don't use the feature in most situations.
I always use [key] for the key and then exclude <Value>Windows 10 Pro</Value> from my xml and that works for me. except when I have a machine with the wrong edition key in bios.
I instead use a couple of workarounds:
hard code kms default key in xml and change key after install (never...
We can currently edit name and description of indexes, some fringe cases call for specific flags as well. not a huge deal but easy to do with DISM. Fringe cases like when I select the wrong flag when capturing and have to fix it manually with DISM because I'm an idiot.
I did not expect it to work, but I also didn't expect NTLite to let me try.
If the image format is WIM, you can successfully edit the Name and Description. However, NTLite does not show any sort of error saying it cannot be done in ESD format. I understand why it does not work but I wonder if...
nuhi, have you given this feature much thought? Its all handled by DISM anyway. Those of us regularly capturing images have to know what we are doing to some extent for sysprep to actually sysprep. There are plenty of markers in an offline image to help you determine if the image is in a...
The funny thing is, windows 10 rarely needs drivers added to install successfully anymore. Perhaps I'm not running the right hardware?
In fact, perhaps the only reason I use NTLite (anymore) is to avoid hearing friggin Cortana's noises during install. Still worth buying the licensed version...
I found this utility recently, wish I found it much earlier. It bothers me that windows 10 will mount a vhdx by double click but not vhd.
Also makes it easy to toggle read only.
I wanted to share this tool for working with registry tweaks. I like to export changes out of the registry and convert them using a tool when I intend to make the same changes using a script and avoid stupid mistakes on my part.
I have used this...