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This is because the English (Australia) display language is a part of the en-GB cab file.
There are specific en-AU Text-to-speech and Speech cab files though which should be added for Cortana functionality.
As a workaround to this I’ve added a step in my MDT task sequence which uses WUSA to install the latest CU and then restart the OS.
This occurs prior to the Windows Update patching step that I have in my task sequence.
To be clear – if your deploying Windows 10 1607 x64 Enterprise – you will need to download the Windows 10 1607 x64 Enterprise Language Pack ISO and the Windows 10 Features on Demand ISO as there are individual ISO’s per Windows 10 release.
You will notice that there is no en-AU language pack cab file.
See this MSDN documentation for the relevant commands on how to mount the file, inject the cabinet files and then commit and unmount the wim.
This does make some sense given the large number of languages that Windows 10 now supports with Cortana in mind.
By default if you deploy Windows 10 Enterprise using Configuration Manager with an file specifying en-AU as per this example: You end up with Australia as your region but with English (US) as your default display language.
You also do not have English (Australia) as your Speech Language with no Australian Text-to-speech voice options.
In order to fix this we need to add a Language Pack as well as some additional cabinet files from the relevant Windows 10 Features on Demand ISO available though VLSC.