A follow up on this.
I fiqured out this problem is due to EDGE browser and something in unattend file.
Why, because if you take a computer with the original os install 1607 and run a update to 1703 then when you add a user it works fine and doesn't freeze on edge or cortano or clicking on anything else.
If you take a original install os 1607 and make a image (sysprepped with oobe) then provision a computer with that image and then run the upgrade to 1703, it freezes on EDGE, Cortano,, desktop icons go generi, it freezes, etc. Then go into each user profile to appdata\local\packages and delete Microsost.Microsoftedge_8wek*.* then cortano starts working and nothing freezes. Then you can use a Powershell command to reinstall EDGE and it will work ok..
Still trying to figure out why the unattend works ok for 1607 but after the upgrade to 1703 it cause freeze ups.
We've noticed some major changes to the unattend.xml for Win 10 Creator's Edition. Edge and Cortana as you mention seem to be problematic. Your issue may not be related to the unattend.xml but it seems likely to me.
I've got a pretty generic unattend.xml that I will attach (courtesy of Joe Randall in support) that has been working well with Win 10 1703. It may work for you or you may be able to easily adapt it to work.
unattend.xml.zip 1.1 K
Jaysmith, I'm trying your unattend now to see what happens.
Are you imaging with a windows 10 1607 then upgrading to 1703?
No, although i'm not sure if it matters. That unattend should be able to be used with a 1703 image directly. Is there a specific reason why you are imaging to 1607 first then upgrading? Have you just not captured a 1703 image yet?
Our only os install was a 1607 iso from Dell that licenses our computers. If we use Microsofts 1703 iso they won't license without having a volume license key which we do not have.
Tried your unattend but had same problem upon upgradeing from 1607 to 1703.
Found a Fix that seems to work. I ran this after upgrading to 1703. Run under command prompt or .bat as an administrator.
del /f /q /A:SH .\webcache .\inetcache .\webcachelock.dat
rmdir /s /q .\webcache
rmdir /s /q .\inetcache
This only worked for a user designated as an administrator. We have some students running as Power Users and theirs still freezes.
I got a 1703 iso and installed on a computer and I have the same problem none of my users can use Edge, it comes up then closes immediately. The only users that it works on is users that are in the Domain admin group in active directory or installed as a local user.
Are you on a domain using active directory and is 1703 working ok as far as Edge is concerned?