How to activate S-Mode on Windows 10 ISO file

Although home users cannot easily convert Windows computers to Windows 10 devices in S-Mode. You can change a Windows image file (ISO) as long as you are using Windows 10 Version 1803 or later or Windows 10 Home or Pro to turn it into a Windows 10 S. enabled version.

With Windows 10 version 1803, Microsoft now allows OEMs to process Windows 10 S as a mode and send their own versions of Windows 10 with Windows 10 in S. mode

Although home users cannot easily convert Windows computers to Windows 10 devices in S-Mode. You can change a Windows image file (ISO) as long as you are using Windows 10 Version 1803 or later or Windows 10 Home or Pro to turn it into a Windows 10 S. enabled version.

Of course, if you don't care about ISO, DISM and XML, you can use Windows settings to recreate the S-Mode experience on Windows 10 computers by limiting the application settings to only Microsoft Store.

If not, read on.

How to convert Windows 10 Home or Pro images into S-Mode

  1. Download and mount the ISO file of Windows 10 Home / Pro.
  2. Use Windows System Image Manager to modify or create unattend.XML file into image file.
  3. Add amd64_Microsoft_Windows_CodeIntegrity to the Pass 2 offline Servicing.
  4. Set the amd64_Microsoft_Windows_CodeIntegritySkuPolicyRequired to 1. The offline servicing in the unattend.xml file will look like this:

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5. Save the answer file in the WindowsPanther folder of the mounted image as unattend.xml .

6. Use DISM (image deployment and management tool) to apply the unattend file and activate S mode: dism / image: C: mountwindows /apply-unattend:C:mountwindowswindowspantherunattend.xml

When the Windows image is used to set up a computer, it will boot with Windows 10 in activated S mode.

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