The 2010 dates are normal. You can ignore those.
The problem appears to be that your domain join fails, yet the OS still attempts to log in.
2011-06-17 10:43:42, Error [DJOIN.EXE] Unattended Join: NetJoinDomain failed error code is 
2011-06-17 10:43:42, Error [DJOIN.EXE] Unattended Join: Unable to join; gdwError = 0xa83
The fact you have a .\ means it is not liking the domain name you have specified? Have you tried specifying the short domain name instead of the fully qualified domain name? Also a usage recommendation... you should have an account created in AD that is used for joining computers to the domain, rather than actually using the main domain admin account.
Anywawys, Windows is trying to log into the local Administrator account, but that account is disabled. I also see that OOBE does not see an OOBE pass, and that you are not creating a local user account! I wouldn't think you could log into a system that (technically) has no accounts. You should create at least one local account to be added into the Administrators group, even if you never actually use it.
Your generated Unattend also is showing this:
So let's try to figure out why your system can't join the domain. Can you confirm that the system has an IP address at the time it attempts to join the domain? If you are not certain, you should be able to check your DHCP server for an IP lease.
EDIT: the "NetJoinDomain failed error code is " error in the log means the client could not reach the DC.
Edited by Tripredacus, 21 June 2011 - 08:42 AM.