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    Sysprep and FOG

    Does anyone have a good guide on how to sysprep a windows 7 machine for use with FOG or any other imaging system.

    I have gone through the sysprep that is install in Windows/system32/sysprep and only have a option for OOBE or Audit.

    OOBE option is not what I want because it forces you to create a new user during the setup experience.

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    This might help.
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    The machine does not need to connect to the domain.

    All im after really is what Sysprep unattended setup was on XP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmcdermott View Post
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    Thanks for the guide.

    I can't see why I have to download a 1.6 GB program to do a sysprep. It's CRAZY!

    I guess I've have to leave it download at 20 kB over weekend.

    Is there no other way of doing this people?

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    i can supply you with a custom unattend.xml, but it will create a user automaticly, it should be possible to set a script to delete it once it boots into windows for the first time.

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    thats the trouble I already have a user created on the machine and don't want it to create another one.



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