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How to re-add avg license after sysprep?

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I just created a windows xp pro w/ service pack 2 image. That image contained AVG 7.0 enterprise edition. I ran sysprep and then norton ghost. Everything pretty much went fine, but sysprep removed the avg licensing information.

Now I know I can physically add in the licensing information back into AVG w/ the application. What I'm trying to figure out is where & how on your computer the information is stored. What I want to do is then specify in the answer file to auto-replace the license information by replacing a file, adding some reg files, etc.

I've tried googling but can't seem to find any information on how avg license info is actually stored.

Please help!!!

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Registry entries, usually. Monitor the installation process with RegMon.

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I, of course, have the same problem with my Home Edition image.

But what is very odd is I DO NOT have this problem with my Pro Edition image.

I tried to set both up originally the same. Each has a user called "End User" both have Identity000="End User" in the oobeinfo.ini.

Any ideas out there? AVG 8

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