KACE Product Support Question
How to win7 sysprep without having windows explore libraries window opening upon any login. Self removal of unattend.xml. Dell driver feed for hardware independent images.
Perhaps this has already been asked and answered before, could not find it in a search so here are some questions and if it is please direct me to where it is. Plus I am new to this community.
Just recently purchased K2000 and went through training. Other than scripted installation, first time running sysprep on this image, I guess that would make the sysprep count 2.
System is a Dell Optiplex 7010 with Windows 7 Enterprise x86
Question 1: How to not have the windows explore libraries window open upon login of any user after sysprep has completed. I used Dell's unattend.xml creator. Copied unattend.xml to %WINDIR%\System32\sysprep.
Windows 7 Enterprise x86
All defaults, local admin account set to join workgroup, set to 1 auto login.
Question2: Should the unattend.xml file automaticaly be removed through a self cleanup or will I need to create a SetupComplete.cmd located in %WINDIR%\setup\scripts?
del /Q /F c:\windows\system32\sysprep\unattend.xml
del /Q /F c:\windows\panther\unattend.xml
Or creating a post installation task in windows environment would be fine that runs the above script, that is assuming if this even needs to be done at all.
Question 3: Do I need to run sysprep in audit instead of OOBE mode if I make a KBE post installation task if deploying image to different hardware to access Dell driver feed. Post installation task would be, correct me if this is wrong or if this will work.
Runtime environment set to KBE.
BAT Script Y:\hta\copy_drivers.vbs
Thank you in advance.