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Sysprep Answer file question
I have a quick question. I have a sysprep file for Windows 7 32-bit that was created by the tech before me at my company. The file works perfectly. We are now looking at going to Windows 7 64-bit on some machines. I've tried creating a sysprep file for Win 7 64-bit, but I keep getting errors. I was wondering if I could copy the existing 32-bit file and replace the x86_XXX... entries with amd64_XXX. Would that work or am I not going to be able to do that?
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