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    Product keys and Windows Setup

    HI

    In Windows 10.x, it is possible to include, in pid.txt file or in some other file of a media, the various product keys corresponding to the respective volume images that exist in the install.wim file?

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    It is possible to create an autounattend.xml file and insert in it the product keys related to all editions included in the install.wim file?


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    Yes, but you need an XML file for each product.
    Product Key string.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Paul T View Post
    Yes, but you need an XML file for each product.
    Product Key string.

    cheers, Paul
    If I create an autounattend.xml file in the root directory of the media and insert this block

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    <UserData>
       <ProductKey>
          <WillShowUI>Never</WillShowUI>
       </ProductKey>
    </UserData>

    I avoid displaying the input window of the product keys during the first phase of installation and therefore, the window, which lists the editions included in the install.wim file, is displayed immediately. Right?

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    No, the XML only works when you set up an unattended installation, which specifies a version to install.
    I suggest you add a file containing the keys to the media, but I don't know if you can copy / paste during the install.

    cheers, Paul

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