Three more things you shouldn’t do with Sysprep

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Three more things you shouldn’t do when running Sysprep on a Windows Vista computer.

Here are three more things you shouldn’t do when running Sysprep on a Windows Vista computer:

1. Don’t run Sysprep on a computer that has been in use by users (i.e. only run Sysprep on new installs of Windows).
2. Don’t run Sysprep on a computer that is joined to a domain (Sysprep will remove it from the domain).
3. Don’t run Sysprep on a computer that has files that have been encrypted using EFS (unless you want to say goodbye to the content in these files forever!) ')}

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