Sysprep Problem



  • After several trial and error attempts I finally got my sysprep the way i wanted it. I sysprepped a 7010 and uploaded it to the fog server. Prior to doing this I saved the unattend.xml to a flash drive so i could use it on other machines. When I copy and paste the Unattend.xml off the the flash drive onto a C:\windows\system32\sysprep folder it copies; however, when i try and view the unattend file it says that my path is incorrect and than when I run sysprep i just runs the default settings. Can someone please help me with my problem

    Thanks,
    Austin



  • [quote=“madeyem, post: 12683, member: 797”]If you want to use Sysprep with an unattend.xml, you have to run a batch script, in which you specify the location of the unattend.xml. Starting Sysprep via the GUI will always run the default Sysprep process.

    For example, create a batch file with the following content:

    [CODE]@echo off
    cd c:\windows\system32\sysprep
    sysprep /oobe /generalize /shutdown /unattend:C:*path to the unattend.xml*\unattend.xml[/CODE][/quote]

    I don’t use a .bat file I just call it from command prompt and I point to the unattend but it is still not working right.



  • If you want to use Sysprep with an unattend.xml, you have to run a batch script, in which you specify the location of the unattend.xml. Starting Sysprep via the GUI will always run the default Sysprep process.

    For example, create a batch file with the following content:

    [CODE]@echo off
    cd c:\windows\system32\sysprep
    sysprep /oobe /generalize /shutdown /unattend:C:*path to the unattend.xml*\unattend.xml[/CODE]


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