Unattend file syntax to select OS?

Trying to setup an Unattended install of an OS from a USB drive. It boots but then prompts to select from Education, enterprise, Pro etc. How can I have it auto select enterprise? I've found some articles that say to sue <OSImage> in the file but not how to use it or what syntax to use. Can anyone help me
Jason KomendatAsked:
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I think you will be happy with an answer file creator like this one:

I would however point out that it is created online and could expose your key. I would not input the real key but a fake one and edit the resulting file manually to include the real key.
Jason KomendatAuthor Commented:
I've looked at that site, it doesn't have the option I need. I need to select the OS
Scott SilvaNetwork AdministratorCommented:
What OS are you installing?  Are you using some sort of hacked in installer on the OS install media?
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Jason KomendatAuthor Commented:
The OS ISO from the MS site the file is SW_DVD5_Win_Pro_Ent_Edu_N_10_1709_64BIT_English_MLF_X21-50143.ISO So it has Professional, Enterprise etc. I want the auto attend file to automatically choose Windows 10 enterprise.
That was understood. Could it be that the key alone is used to decide what edition is installed? Do you mind trying?
David Johnson, CD, MVPOwnerCommented:
the install.wim holds several images.
 so you need to use dism /get-imageinfo /imagefile:x:\sources\install.wim  
Once you know which index to use add the following modifying the <Value> to be what you need
    <MetaData wcm:action="add">  

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