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How to disable MSE oobe after sysprep


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gustavo21

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Hi everyone!

 

Anyone knows how to disable de oobe of MSE? When windows 7 finish install, the new user is asked to complete de MSE install. I need to disable it!

 

Thanks!

 

 




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There used to be a MSE OEM Preinstallation Kit on the Microsoft OEM site (protected), but I haven't tried it...

 

In general I install antivirus apps during deployment, I don't have them in my reference image.

 

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The MSSE OPK doesn't disable it. MSSE is sysprep aware and there is no official way I know of disabling that function. I'm pretty sure it is an intended function due to how MSSE is licensed.


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Does this occur even when using the built-in administrator account.

 

http://www.msfn.org/...ml/#entry891810



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Probably. MSSE installs for all users, so I don't think it matters. The only one it doesn't have this problem is with XP, but obviously you can image that without using sysprep.


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Finally, I install MSE post install w7, then apply MSE def update and last i disable W. Updates with a .reg file.

 

Works OK, but other way (install before sysprep) is quicker. OOBE it can disable with a reg key.

 

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