OfflineInsiderEnroll is a simple Windows Command Prompt script to enable access to the Windows Insider Program on machines not signed in with Microsoft Account.
This script is compatible only with Windows 11 or Windows 10 version 1809 and later.
This script requires administrative priviliges to run. You can simply execute it
by right clicking it >
Run as Administrator.
Installation and configuration changes
After starting, the script offers selection of Windows Insider Program channels. To make a selection, press a letter coresponding to option you choose and press ENTER.
If the machine was not enrolled to the Insider Program, you will get prompted to
restart your machine to enable
Microsoft Flight Signing which is required by
Windows Insider Program.
Notice: Windows Insider Program requires telemetry to be set to
After enrolling your machine to the Windows Insider Program please make sure
that your diagnostic data collection settings are set to
Insider Preview builds may not get offered in
Windows Update if you do not have
correct telemetry settings.
You can verify or modify your telemetry settings as follows:
Privacy and Security >
Diagnostics & feedback
Diagnostics & Feedback
Restoring Windows Insider Program to default options
Windows Insider Program to default settings simply choose
Stop receiving Insider Preview builds in
OfflineInsiderEnroll Script. You will get prompted
to reboot, because this option will disable
Microsoft Flight Signing.
How does this work?
This script takes advantage of undocumented
TestFlags registry value.
If this value is set to
0x20, all access to online Windows Insider services
gets disabled. Because of this, we can set our own Windows Insider Preview
configuration without being overriden by the contact to the service. Since
Windows Update does not check if machine is actually enrolled to the program,
you will get offered Insider Preview builds by just setting correct values in
This project is licensed under the MIT License. See
LICENSE for details.