How to ignore Microsoft account setup in your Windows 11 Home OOBE

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Check how to bypass Microsoft account setup in your Windows 11 Home OOBE

That’s right, you read it correctly. In Windows 11 Home Out-of-Box Experience, you can bypass Microsoft Account Setup (OOBE). This has been tested on two WiFi computers and a virtual machine with an Ethernet connection.

Here’s how to do it:

Start the OOBE and make sure you have an internet connection (I haven’t found a way around this part yet). Scroll through the first few screens to see language options and more.

When you get to the Microsoft account screen, press Shift-F10 to open a command prompt.

If you are connected wirelessly, use this command: netsh wlan disconnect

Type exit and press .

Tap the back arrow at the top. A basic local user account creation screen should now appear.

If you are on a wired connection, first use this command: netsh interface show interface

Find the name of the Ethernet adapter and replace it in the command below where it says Ethernet. Keep quotes – used to parse spaces in case you have a long name.

netsh interface set interface name = “Ethernet” admin = DISABLED

Repel. You should get the same result.

When you enter Windows, you may need to manually sign in again. If you want to do this easily for LAN, go to Settings & Network and use the troubleshoot options to turn it back on, or go to Device Manager and turn on the device. For WLAN, just use the regular wireless icon next to the clock.

Nothing!

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