|22 Nov 2010||#1|
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Sysprep: Audit Mode and Cached Domain Accounts
I have pretty much configured my Windows 7 image for enterprise use. Currently in audit mode logged in as Administrator.
My challenge is this: typically in WINXP image creation I would join the system to the domain, login with our domain service accounts to cache the profile. Obviously, this can't be done if in audit mode since you remain here until you sysprep. I would also like to add certain global groups to the Administrators group on the local machine.
Any guidance would be appreciated.
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