Windows 11

my post has helped out 1 person at least :). nuhi has said he has spent time debugging only to find it it was a windows bug.
dont scream at me, scream at those dickheads at redmond who couldnt get this sh*t right in the first place.
Dr Who has been Dr Poo for a long time. i grew up with the originals and they were damn scary :eek:
To disable that voice at oobe part i think you need to remove speech component. Because when i do its broken :D as i find out here;
With Windows 10 1903 and later, the Cortana voice-over will be disabled by default on Windows 10 Pro, Enterprise, and Education. The Cortana voice-over will still be enabled for Windows 10 Home editions.
For testing purposes, you can turn Cortana voice off, but you must enable it again before the device ships. To temporarily turn Cortana voice off, set the following registry key.

HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\OOBE : DisableVoice = 1 (DWORD)
Do you guys know a good unattend editor? i would like to see if i can disable speech on oobe. and i bet there are soooo much more options to configure than ntlite lets us? or maybe sheet for command shared?
i know what he means, not a text editor but an unattended file specific tool with the full range of options or a list of them all.
windowsafg only has limited options, w10mbr - w10uefi.
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BTW if u disable notepad's that has "system" in its name. your "open with" options will not work. so keep those 2 as feature. you can disable the other one... (i think its the legacy one) we have uwp app one now...

+ if you remove internetexplorer component or disable internet explorer feature you will have leftover's at "open with" on xml files.

also today i disabled print to pdf component, and printfax, printtopdf features. because i use adobe pdf and its printtoadobepdf printer feature. today acrobat setup did not add its printer. gues why? because of microsoft's certificate bug...... i had to manually install it. and i thought it was because of component and feature configuration i made. but no. its because of that stupid bug.

today i learned those 3
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windowsafg only has limited options, w10mbr - w10uefi.
yeah i'm slowly becoming obsessed with it since i saw you can even tpm etc bypass via that xml file. its handy so why don't we use it.... it has potential but no support from people who know how to use it. lots of uwp adware apps can be blocked by it by simply disabling access at oobe by this method?

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="utf-8"?>
<unattend xmlns="urn:schemas-microsoft-com:unattend">
    <settings pass="windowsPE">
        <component name="Microsoft-Windows-Setup" processorArchitecture="amd64" publicKeyToken="31bf3856ad364e35" language="neutral" versionScope="nonSxS" xmlns:wcm="" xmlns:xsi="">
                  <Path>cmd /c for %a in (TPM SecureBoot Storage RAM CPU) do reg add HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup\LabConfig /t REG_DWORD /v Bypass%aCheck /d 1 /f</Path>


  • Adobe PDF Printer.7z
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  • Windows 10.xml
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  • Windows 11.xml
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lots of uwp adware apps can be blocked by it by simply disabling access at oobe by this method?
would be interesting to try out on ltsc 2019 and 8.1 especially as i am having sysprep errors with it that may be apps/x related.
i would settle for an option to disaable them in setupcomplete.cmd.
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