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[GUIDE] Creating WIM images of Windows XP for system deployment using

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If he is using SMS/SCCM a SID change is necessary as the GUID that SMS/SCCM uses is partially based off of the SID and SMS/SCCM do not like duplicate GUIDs. You could kinda get away with it in SMS but SCCM is much less tolerant of duplicate GUIDs.

Well actually, it doesn't matter. XP has ceased support in the channel almost a year ago now!

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XP has ceased support of what?

Looks like I jumbled up my words again. Support of XP through the OEM channel ended last April. So Microsoft does not support the XP my company uses anymore anyways.

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Hey Iceman, Thanks again for all the help.

<EDIT> nevermind the question...

HA!, I just happened to stumble on the above thread, it didn't come up in my searches, I was trying too technical of terms I guess lol.

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followed the document but When I do capture of the computer( Installed XP,applications with customised settings),it gets succeded But when i deploy it through SCCM,failed with the eror message(when running the Task "Install Operating System") can not find the sysprep on %SystemRoot% .seems like ,Sysprep is required to be placed in systemroot directory .Havent tried it though.

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This would be more of an SCCM issue, as if you just use Imagex from in the WinPE you create from this thread, it doesn't care about sysprep at all.

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I have updated this document for use with Windows 7 base PE 3.0 the new topic can be found at

A new version using Windows 7 based PE 3.0 is here:

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Thanks so much for This i hope this will help me out thank you again for sharing it

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