Sysprep with Windows 2003SP1. What's going on???

Discussion in 'Windows Server' started by Rick Blake, Mar 8, 2006.

  1. Rick Blake

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    I'm having an issue with my Windows 2003SP1 standalone server. I have setup
    the Administrator profile exactly the way I want it. I have the desktop the
    way I want it. I have the startmenu (recently used programs list) the way I
    want it. Everything is perfect.

    I run sysprep and choose "reseal" and i'm loosing all the setting that I set
    in the Administrator's profile. What in the hell is going on?

    I do know that 2003SP1 sysprep acts different and copies whatever you have
    set in the Administrator's profile over to the "Default User's profile, but
    this is not the problem in my case. I just want to set the Administrator's
    profile up the way I want it and after Sysprep runs, the Administrator's
    profile stays exactly the way I set it.

    Thanks for your Help,

    Rick Blake
     
    Rick Blake, Mar 8, 2006
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