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Windows 7: User Profiles - Create and Move During Windows 7 Installation

24 Oct 2016   #1110
ThorsteinO

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Sorry that was the alert I got. When I click on "OK" nothing happens. I don't get the window you show.User Profiles - Create and Move During Windows 7 Installation-capture.jpg




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25 Oct 2016   #1111
Kari

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by ThorsteinO View Post
Sorry that was the alert I got. When I click on "OK" nothing happens. I don't get the window you show.Attachment 393099
A prompt telling the correct syntax of a command is always shown, regardless the command, if a user has typed the command wrong as now in your case. When this prompt is shown, OK button is there only to close the prompt, giving user a chance to fix the typing errors.

There should be a space between the /audit and /reboot switches, you have written them with no space separating them. Sysprep does not understand what /audit/reboot means.
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A user error, caused by yourself.

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25 Oct 2016   #1112
ThorsteinO

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Thanks I'll give that a try
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