Windows is asking me to sign in with my company's email, problem is I don't have one and nor is the company related to me whatsoever. I am trying to run Windows LTSC on QEMU. What gives?

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This happens due to a UUID collision that affects Windows Autopilot which associates it to a company. You can fix this by supplying another UUID, or your system's UUID by inserting the flags

-enable-kvm -uuid $(dmidecode -s system-uuid)

Make sure the process is offline, by disabling your network adapter while in the OOBE process. Get an elevated prompt by pressing Shift+F10 and executing the following in powershell:

Disable-NetAdapter -Name "Adapter Name" -Confirm:$false

You may get the adapter name by


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