In this article we will show you how to use PowerShell and Windows System Preparation Tool to prepare a highly customized, personal Windows 10 install image. Before starting the installation, we need to make sure that our computer or virtual machine is not connected to network, because the sysprep
WAIK Supplement These are instructions for installing the new The Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows 7 SP1. This is assuming that you have WAIK RTM already installed. Step 1 First you need to download the supplement ISO. waik_supplement_en-us.iso Step 2 Now you need to mount the WAIK
If you forget to unmount a .WIM file it will lock itself on your HDD and you will be unable to delete it, or the C:\winpe_x86 directory. This process will remove those files using the command line. Trouble deleting the c:winpe_x86 directory Step 1 Launch CMD. Step 2 Type:
WinPE 3.1 Scripts This latest version was compiled on September 27th, 2012. This is the third update to our WinPE scripts. Please read our tutorial on DISM for using the files below to compile a functioning WinPE 3.1 environment. And also I would recommend reading our tutorial on Making
These are basic instructions for installing the Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) for Windows 7. Installing the Windows Automated Installation Kit (AIK) (Windows 7) Step 1 Download the WAIK RTM client (KB3AIK_EN.iso) for Windows 7. Step 2 Either mount the ISO with Pismo Mount or extract it with 7-zip.
This is the old version, please see the new Sysprep a Windows 7 Machine – Start to Finish V2. Note – I highly recommend creating a boot or rescue disk before starting any windows 7 technical projects. There are many tools in the market and I use Spotmau BootSuite
This is the old version, please see the new Copy Taskbar Icons Windows 7 Sysprep v2. Ok, you can thank a colleague of mine (Dinyero Johnson) for this new single vbs script that now copies the taskbar icons and deletes itself. Windows 7 Sysprep Copy Taskbar Icons The vbs
Here is our tutorial on sysprepping a Windows XP SP3 machine. When you sysprep a machine you are basically wanting to clone the settings from that machine to another one. You also want it to copy those changes to each profile, correct? Sysprep a Windows XP SP3 machine Well,
The line below needs to be added to the unattended section in the sysprep.inf file. The Unattended section should look like the following below. [vb][Unattended] InstallFilesPath=C:\sysprep\i386 UpdateServerProfileDirectory=1[/vb] This will make sure the administrator profile is copied over to the default profile for ever user.
If you are using WinPE 2.0 or WinPE 3.0 to capture your PC images (.wim files) and deploy them you have probably run into a little problem when trying to deploy an image of Vista or Windows 7 when not first running sysprep. The problem is that if you