How do you create a Windows 7 sysprep answer file that will not prompt to create an account?

I am building a Windows 7 master image to deploy out to approximately 200 computers in my organization. I've configured sysprep to the point that it requires no user interaction except the creation of a new administrator account. How to do configure the sysprep.xml to skip this prompt?
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merowingerCommented:
Did you use Windows System Image Manager to create the answer file?
You need to add the component Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup to the oobeSystem phase. There's included th eoption to create a user.
Here's an example how it should look like:
http://social.technet.microsoft.com/Forums/de-DE/windowsdeploymentde/thread/dc30e2f1-7759-41ba-bb22-8182ba4eb630
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