jeudi 10 novembre 2011

Préparer un master avec Sysprep pour capture(aspiration) avec ImageX


Clean Up the Image
When you set up Windows 7, you created a temporary user account to log on to it. In this step, you start the computer in Audit mode to remove that temporary user account and its user profile. This is also your last chance to install any applications, device drivers, and updates in your image.
To start the computer in Audit mode using the System Preparation Tool (Sysprep)
  1. Click Start, type C:\Windows\System32\sysprep\sysprep.exe in the Search box, and then press ENTER to start Sysprep, shown in Figure 4.


Figure 4. The System Preparation Tool
  1. In the System Cleanup Action list, select Enter System Audit Mode.
  1. Select the Generalize check box.
  1. In the Shutdown Options list, select Reboot.
  1. Click OK to restart the computer in Audit mode.
  1. After the computer restarts, Windows 7 automatically logs in as Administrator.
To remove the temporary user account’s profile
  1. Click Start, type user profile in the Search box, and then click Configure advanced user profile properties in the search results.
  1. In the User Profiles dialog box, click the name of the temporary user account you created when you installed Windows 7 on the reference computer, and then click Delete. Click Yes to confirm.
  1. Click OK to close the User Profiles dialog box.
To remove the temporary user account
  1. Click Start, right-click Computer, and then click Manage.
  1. In the console tree (left pane), click Local Users and Groups.
  1. In the details pane (middle pane), double-click Users.
  2. Right-click the name of the temporary account you created when you installed Windows 7 on the reference computer, and then click Delete.
  1. Click Yes to confirm that you want to delete the temporary user account.
  1. Click OK to acknowledge that you are deleting an administrator account.
  1. Close the Computer Management window.

Generalize the Image
In this step, you generalize the image and prepare it to start in Windows Welcome after you install it on each computer. Generalizing the image removes any hardware-dependent information from it, resets the activation timer, and cleans up Windows 7 so that you can duplicate the image on other computers.
To prepare the computer to start in Windows Welcome using Sysprep
  1. Open Sysprep. (Windows 7 automatically runs Sysprep when you start the operating system in Audit mode.)
  1. In the System Cleanup Action list, select Enter System Out-of-Box Experience (OOBE).
  2. Select the Generalize check box.
  3. In the Shutdown Options list, select Shutdown.
  4. Click OK to run Sysprep and shut down the computer.

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