Systems Deployment Question

No sysprep command installed on Lenovo

02/19/2015 1258 views
If there is no sysprep command installed on a Lenovo ThinkStation P300, how do I use the driver feed deploy option on the K2000?  I looked in system32 and syswow64 and I also looked for a download for Windows 7 64-bit.

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  • The sysprep command is part of the Windows OS, the model of computer has nothing to do with it.
  • ...unless the creator of the original image removes it, of course! :-)
  • Nope, as stated above, there is no sysprep folder. Anyone know where I can get a download?
    • Glad you got it, I would definitely not recommend just copying it from another machine. If a critical component of the OS is missing, there is something wrong and you should start over.

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Found it!  I had to rebuild the computer from the recovery partition.  Thanks everyone!
Answered 02/20/2015 by: lnovak
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