Generate autounattend.xml files for Windows 10/11

This service lets you create answer files (typically named unattend.xml or autounattend.xml) to perform unattended installations of Windows 10/11.

If you like this tool, you might also want to try the Generate Windows Defender Application Control (WDAC) policies.

Language settings:
Processor architectures:

When you select multiple processor architectures, a single autounattend.xml file will be created that is applicable to all of these architectures.

Partitioning and formatting:
Windows edition:

This sets a generic product key, which can be used to install Windows, but will not activate it. You can change the product key later.

User accounts:
Express settings:

This sets the ProtectYourPC element.

Wi-Fi setup:

This sets the HideWirelessSetupInOOBE element.