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Windows 10 unattend install still asking for regional settings, License and use express settings.

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I can't see what I'm doing wrong with WSIM but when I apply the unattend file to windows deployment services the image always asks for the regional settings (Country/Region, Preferred App Language, Keyboard Layout and Time Zone) then the "Here's the legal stuff" followed by the "use express settings".

I've attached the unattend.xml if anybody could point me in the right direction I'd be very grateful. I seem to be going round in circles on google.
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Question by:Jem Bayliss
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You'll save yourself a ton of headache by using MDT. Getting unattend files to skip all wizards has become increasingly difficult and WDS has been mainly been focused on as a back-end for MDT and SCCM for the last several releases.
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Note: I use MDT and SCCM Exclusively for this
probably in the OOBE section Accept EULA True
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Both answers are good
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