We have also a sysprep problem. When finishing our windows 2000 workstations we ran sysprep. The problem we have is the keyboard settings.
The standard setting is dutch keyboard/US, but when we sysprep the setting are getting back to US Keyboard/US. Does anybody this problem
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sejacru,
haven't seen you on the messageboard for a long time...

Anyway, did you customize RegionalSettings section of your SysPrep.inf file?
Don't know the specifics for Dutch, but here's the template:

[RegionalSettings]
LanguageGroup=xx
SystemLocale=0xxx
UserLocale=0xxx
InputLocale=0xxx:00000xxx

The InputLocale string is responsible for keyboard layout, I believe
Answered 03/18/2006 by: revizor
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Hello revizor,

I was watching appdeploy, but i was busy packaging. THEY put me under pressure...[:D]
Anyway...here is my entry in the sysprep.inf

[RegionalSettings]
LanguageGroup=1
SystemLocale=00000413
UserLocale=00000413
InputLocale=0413:00020409 (Is this correct. Or should it be 0413:0000409)
Answered 03/18/2006 by: sejacru
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If I had to guess, I'd pick 0413:0000409
You may want to try doing post-sysprep locale configuration, as suggested in:
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/325856/en-us
This will allow you testing without the need to re-sysprep the system...
Answered 03/18/2006 by: revizor
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