Hello everybody,
i use the sysprep creator to manage my sysprep. But every time it says to me, that i have to reboot. I did this ten or more times and nothing changes. How can i solve this problem? It's very annoying...
My Windows version is 1709 x64.
with best regards
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I found the solution at myself.

  1. Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager.
  2. Right-click the PendingFileRenameOperations value and select Delete from the context menu. When prompted, click Yes to confirm the delete operation.

Also in HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet01.

In my case there was a logitech registry entry.

Answered 02/20/2018 by: Xykar
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Did you run windows updates before the sysprep?

Maybe run all updates and a few more reboots and see.

I use it fine. in my case it would not turn of the tileDataModelServer

when i click fix issues. Had to turn it off manually.

If IT doesnt work, try a new install to image. Might be a fluke and

you could waste days troublshooting a one of problem.

Answered 02/16/2018 by: akmagnum
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Manually turn off anti-virus and stop the tileDataModelServer service as those have been my common red exes when using sysprep creator.
If that doesn't fix the problem, which items are being shown as errors? 
Answered 02/20/2018 by: ddelgadi
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