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    Windows 7 sysprep

    Hi All,

    Ive been using Sysprep for all our Win xp machines and now im imaging our Win 7 machines but ivve been told the sysprep is on the C: Drive of the Win 7 machines.

    I cant find it in the folder it should be in. Has it changed name?

    many thanks

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    Should be here:

    C:\Windows\System32\sysprep

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    C:\Windows\System32\sysprep

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    thanks,

    I was looking in wrong folder! haha

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    ah im a noob to win7 sysprep, Ive used the XP one but win7 is totally different!

    how does it work and how can I capture an image to put onto the server to install on another computer?
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    Sysprep.exe /oobe /shutdown /generalize at elevated command prompt.

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    Yes to the above but MDT is a far easier soulution to this and makes deployable images a doddle to create.

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