[left]Sorry if I was not very clear with my questions Bob Kelly![/align] [/align]
My question is: I have a workstation with Windows Vista running, that with all settings and applications that need to work 100% working well.[/align]
After watching the video "Working with Windows PE and ImageX" I came the next idea. Using the steps of the video to capture the image of my workstation and apply this image in two new workstations, which were acquired recently.[/align]
What left me insecure to achieve this is the fact that I do not know how the image of my workstation will behave after using SysPrep with the option generalize.[/align]
I want to capture the image of my workstation, but I do not want to lose this facility that this perfect.[/align]
Then I wanted to apply the steps of the video, capture the image and go back to my workstation normally.[/align]
Before doing this, I used a workstation for tests to perform the procedure.[/align]
I installed Windows Vista and AntiVir PE, then the WAIK, created the ISO of WinPE, recorded on a CD, I used the SysPrep, launch equipment with the CD of WinPE, the image was captured, was formatted/created again the partition where it was image that captured and applied the captured image.[/align]
Everything was perfectly in these steps, after the restart WinPE and let Windows Vista was loaded, was presented the first screen - black - where it appears the message "Please wait a moment while Windows prepares to start for the first time...", it was perfectly and restart it again, as everything was done and occurred on your video.[/align]
In this last stage is that in my case was different. In the video Windows Server appears already preparing for the final step of a normal installation - Applying user settings, etc. Preparing your Desktop. -- In my case, it restarted and I had a screen similar to this below:[/align][/left][left] [/left][center][/center][center] [/center]On this screen before he stayed awhile and then displayed an error message that I am not completely annotated unfortunately.[/align]
What we remember and that was clear in the message, that there is an invalid path in the registry, that the installation could not continue and that I should restart and make a new installation.[/align]
As I had to use this workstation for testing for other purpose, I can not reproduce the error and inform him completely now.[/align]
I hope I have been clear the problem now.
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