Installation halted: Windows 11 IoT Enterprise LTSC users can't accept license terms

The cause of this issue remains unknown

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Many are eager to try Windows 11 because it comes with a wide array of new features, but installing it might not be as simple as you think.

Few users encountered an issue that prevented them from accepting or declining license terms thus stopping the installation process entirely.

Users unable to accept or decline Windows 11 IoT Enterprise LTSC license terms

This comes from user Bob Pony on X, and it seems that Bob was trying to install Windows 11 IoT Enterprise LTSC edition, but was unable to accept the Terms of Service.

During the setup, both the Decline and Accept buttons are grayed out, thus making users unable to accept or decline Terms of Service.

While the scrollbar works, accepting terms of service isn’t possible thus making users unable to install this edition of Windows. Unfortunately, we don’t have any additional information on this problem, so we can’t tell what causes it.

Hopefully, Microsoft will take notice of this issue and fix it with an update. If you want to try this edition of Windows, ensure that your system meets Windows 11 IoT Enterprise LTSC system requirements before doing so.

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