TheSaffaGeek

My ramblings about all things technical

Location of sysprep files on a Windows 2008 vCentre server.

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I recently installed/migrated my virtual centre server to a Windows 2008 server and came across the problem of losing my sysprep files for the usage of configuration wizard as I posted about on my corporate blog quite a while back now (pre any kind of VMware training in my defence). Thankfully Simon Gallagher (@vinf_net) posted about the exact problem I was having this week and has saved me having to fiddle around and look for the solution. I know not the biggest of problems you could face but when you’re deploying the amount of machines I have recently, having to run sysprep on each of them once they are built is a step I’d like to skip.Hope it saves someone else the time like it has for me =0)

Gregg Robertson

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