Username specifies a local account or a domain user account on the domain specified by the Domain.
By default, the built-in administrator account is disabled in all default clean installations. You can enable the built-in Administrator account during unattended installations, by setting
Username to Administrator (only the English word will automatically enable the account). This enables the built-in administrator account, even if a password is not specified in AdministratorPassword.
If you are deploying a multilingual Windows image, you should specify account names and group names, by using the language-neutral names. The language-neutral account and group names are specified in English, for example, Administrators, Power Users, and Guest. This is required because the shell account settings are processed before a default user interface (UI) language is applied to the computer.
Specifies the user account name used for autologon. Username is a string with a maximum length of 256 characters.
This string type does not support empty elements. Do not create an empty value for this setting.
|If this string value is left blank, Setup fails.|
For the list of the supported Windows editions and architectures that this component supports, see Microsoft-Windows-Shell-Setup.
The following XML output shows how to set autologon.
<AutoLogon> <Password> <Value>MyPassword</Value> <PlainText>true</PlainText> </Password> <Domain>FabrikamDomain</Domain> <Enabled>true</Enabled> <LogonCount>2</LogonCount> <Username>MyUserName</Username> </AutoLogon>