|19 Jun 2012||#1|
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Sysprep fails in audit mode after joining domain
My problem is as follows:
Using VMware Workstation, I've got my Window 7 image right as I would like it. The one step I have left is to add two sec groups to the Local Admin group. In the past while using a physical box, I've joined the PC to the domain, added the groups, then ran sysprep, with my unattend file, and all is well.
Well I am doing it in a VM, and after I join it to the domain, and restart the PC starts fine. If I restart again, Windows errors out, and displays the "cannot finish the setup" message.
What could be causing this?
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