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Windows 7: Windows 7 SysPrep

03 Apr 2014   #1

Windows 7 Proffesional 32 bit
Windows 7 SysPrep

I have read the tutorial on the Win 7 Sysprep and have a couple questions. I work in a local IT group in a large company where we maintain about 60 specialized desktop PC's. These PC's are specialized by taking an existing standard company image and loading software and many shortcuts on them for a highly specific use. All of the 60+ PC's look and run identical (same hardware, desktops etc.). The problem is when replacing these PC's, we have to go through the manual process of loading the software and running script files for the shortcuts as much as possible. We would like to be able to use SysPrep on 1 finished PC and create an image (with all Active Directory and SSID are removed) where this image can be installed on multiple new PC's. All user ID info can be either manually entered or we could use an external file. I am not sure if the Sysprep can do this. Does anyone know?

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