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Windows 7: Windows 7 installation standardization urgent

16 Jan 2010   #1
Win7Maniac

windows 7 ultimate
 
 
Windows 7 installation standardization urgent

Hello, I'm Tom from Singapore
normally if you press start> right click the computer > properties, then you can see the windows edition, system, online support, and the computer details right?

Now I got the all boot-able data to upgrade the system to windows 7, I put it as ISO file, then I can put into DVD ROM, so its easy to deploy it to many computer in my small office, but I don't know which file should I change to edit the system information, so I can add the company online support in it and add more information in the windows edition and system information about my company, I know that I can edit it manually after I install it, but I want it to be inside the ISO file, so when I deploy the new OS, all of the computer will got the same windows edition detail, system detail and online support detail. I'm so confuse about this, I will really appreciate for any advice in advance

Thank you




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16 Jan 2010   #2
ccatlett1984

 

you need to change the OEM registry keys.
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17 Jan 2010   #3
Win7Maniac

windows 7 ultimate
 
 

thank you , I will try it as soon as possible, now I'm at home, so tomorrow I will access the data, thank you very much for the advice
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