|26 Jul 2011||#1|
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cannot open files in Sysprep folder
I'm in the trenches trying to develop a Windows 7 image for work. This is what I've done so far:
I installed Win 7 64-bit on a test computer and did some customizations ( added programs, etc..). I then ran sysprep from C:\Windows\System32\Sysprep... and the process completed just fine. Okay, so I decided to do further customization of the sysprep process by creating an unattend.xml file using WAIK... Ran Sysprep again - not bad results - but I now notice when I attempt to open any log files ( Pather folder ) or "open" the unattend.xml file I get the following error message:
"Windows cannot find 'C:\Windows\System32\sysprep\unattend.xml' Make sure you typed the name correctly and Try Again"
Yet the files are visible in Windows Explorer...
Can anybody tell me "what's what", here??????
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|27 Jul 2011||#3|
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"Are you able to copy the files to another drive or a network share and open them with a different computer?
Also have you tried opening notepad and then opening the files from with in notepad?
First: thank you for responding!
I can move the contents of the sysprep folder to the desktop and the various .xml files open with Internet Explorer - no problem...
within the Sysprep folder in the System32 directory, I can open the files using notepad/word - but not with Internet Explorer or the XML editor...
I just don't "get it"
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