I volunteer at a non profit refurbishing used computers for resale. For the last two or three years I have been installing Zorin core on the computers that come in with Windows 7 or older. On the older of those computers I install Zorin Lite.
Previously I would hit tab on the first install window. I would add this text to the end of the line:
This changes the install mode to oem. It leaves an icon on the desktop (Prepare for end user) that I click in order to prepare the OS for the end user. When the end user turns it on, they can create their own account and password.
I now have the Zorin 16.3 iso. When I type in the string above, Zorin does start an install for OEM, however it does not put the "Prepare for end user" icon on the desktop. I know of no other way to prepare the computer if there is no icon to click on.
Questions: Am I typing the wrong text in? Is there a new way to install oem? Is there a script I can run?