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    Exclamation IE10 and existing unattend files

    Turns out that if you have had the homepage set in your unattend.xml for IE it will break if used on an IE10 image as that component no longer exists. As I usually just update the wim and drop it in this caught me out. Now having to remove the offending line and reimage a whole lab again. Oops.

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    Had exactly the same problem a few weeks back week; sysprep failing and C:\Windows\Panther\UnattendGC\setuperr.log was showing something about a IE component error on our first IE10 image - removed IE settings from the unattend this and all was good again.

    We ended up removing IE10 altogether not long afterwards. We had so many compatibility problems with it!

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