You're prestaging the computer object. That's great, because it gives you control over the object's container. But you only need to specify the computer's GUID if you're using Remote Installation Service (RIS). The GUID is how RIS matches the computer to the object. Unless you're using RIS or plan to use RIS in the future, you can skip the GUID.
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