the "true" or "ok" status in the wccf is not relevant for a new and unmodified iso (= if you load your wccf it will not take care about the "true" or "ok" value). They are only used for removed components detection for an already customized iso.
Your wccf can be used in three different ways :
- you already customized an iso and want to remove more components from this iso ... just remount your iso and select more components to remove (without loading a wccf)
- load it for creating a new and unmodified iso
- if you want to customize a different windows 10 edition in the same iso, you need to delete the previous wccf before mounting this new w10 edition .. then load your wccf, otherwise the previous wccf will be loaded (I think this is your case)
These limitations will not exist with WinReducerOS (which will be much more powerful in this matter) !