Good day, comrades!
Want to create a master windows 7 machine, which periodically (based on new updates) I will remove the image for deployment on other machines.
The algorithm of actions, as I understand it, should be:
1. Installation of the system.
2. Install updates and software.
3. System preparation (c:\Windows\system32\sysprep\sysprep /oobe /generalize /shutdown).
5. Booting the master machine with WinPE and capture the image.
6. Download the master machine from the hard drive, ie normal boot.
7. Repeat after n days of paragraphs 2 to 6.
I correctly understand all?
Why you ask, because some of the instructions there is one more stage "to boot to audit mode, the" running team "C:\Windows\System32\sysprep\sysprep /audit /reboot". This is a mandatory procedure? If so, it is necessary each time to carry out? If Yes, then its between the first and second paragraph of the algorithm to add? If Yes, then this item is to include in the iteration (each time to carry out this procedure)?
Can you help?
Marilyne.Rolfson79 answered on June 3rd 19 at 19:33
If very rough, all right. Just keep in mind that sysprep can only be done 3 times with the same system. About the audit: did not hear that they someone enjoyed.
Aliza_Halvorson72 answered on June 3rd 19 at 19:35
Drive SnapShot a try.
a compact utility that takes an image quickly, from under WinPE or working system
can mount on the fly, your images (read only I think)
only paid a little bit and eng)
how WinPE Sagittarius can juzat.
and Sysprep I never did. virtually no situations where it affects what.