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  1. 1. CAPTURING A WINDOWS IMAGE FOR USE WITH SMS 2003 by Rick Bennett (lucidation@yahoo.com) This document attempts to help get new SMS administrators up and running quickly. This document makes several assumptions and many tasks and topics related to the sections below have been intentionally left out; otherwise this document would quickly get out of hand. The sections below are not the end-all-be-all setup instructions, but provide a good baseline to begin with. One important item to note is to ensure that the NIC on the reference machine is supported by the OS Image Installation CD that is used to capture the image. This document was tested using site licensed operating system media on the following machine: Reference Machine Dell OptiPlex GX620 Intel 3.0 GHz processor with 1 GB of RAM Intel integrated video 75 GB SATA disk drive (installed basic Dell INF drivers only) Install and Customize the Windows Vista Reference Machine... This is the default basic setup, which may then be customized and tweaked in order to obtain the desired installation model to be used in the day-to-day imaging process. 1. If desired, update the BIOS if it is out of date in order to ensure that the operating system correctly communicates with all installed hardware. a. This procedure will vary from manufacturer to manufacturer. 2. Physically remove any unneeded hardware, to be reinstalled one-by-one after the OS is installed and running smoothly. a. This may help to reduce troubleshooting time. 3. If connected, physically unplug the system from any network connections a. Remove the network cable. 4. Insert the Windows Vista Enterprise DVD and boot from it (when prompted, press any key). a. This may involve starting up the machine, inserting the DVD, and then restarting. i. It is recommended that the boot order be changed to start from the CD/DVD drive first. 5. Enter the desired language and other preferences, and then click the Next button. 6. Click the Install now button. 7. Accept the license agreement, and then click the Next button. 8. Click the Custom (advanced) link button. 9. Click the Drive options (advanced) link button. 10. Delete all of the hard disk drive partitions. 11. Highlight the “Disk 0 Unallocated Space”, and then click the Next button. a. The process will begin to expand files and initiate the installation – this may take some time. 12. When prompted, enter a username and password, and then click the Next button. a. This is a temporary account name and will be deleted. 13. Enter the desired computer name, and then click the Next button. 14. Click the Use recommended settings link button. 15. Set the desired date and time settings, and then click the Next button. 16. Click the Start button. 17. When prompted, log in with the temporary account information from Step 12. a. If desired, close the Welcome Center window and/or the Windows Sidebar. 18. If it is still inserted, eject the Microsoft Windows Vista DVD. 19. Right-click on Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Manage. 20. Click the Continue button on the User Account Control window that appears. 21. Expand Local Users and Groups, and then highlight Users. 22. Right-click on the “Administrator” account and select Properties. 23. Uncheck the box labeled “Account is disabled”. 24. Click the OK button to close the Administrator Properties window. 25. Right-click on the “Administrator” account and select Set Password. 26. Click the Proceed button. 27. Enter and confirm a new password, and then click the OK button. a. Be sure to remember the password. 28. Click the OK button on the window that appears when the password has been successfully set. 29. Close the Computer Management window. 30. Open a Command Prompt window. a. Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt
  2. 2. 31. Type “gpedit.msc” (without the quotes) and then press the Enter key. 32. Click the Continue button on the User Account Control window that appears. 33. Configure the following items using the Group Policy Object Editor: a. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | Interactive logon: Do not display last user name = Enabled b. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL = Disabled c. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | User Account Control: Behavior of the elevation prompt for Administrators in Admin Approval Mode = Elevate without prompting i. If displayed, click the “Check your User Account Control settings” message balloon. ii. Click the Change the way Security Center alerts me link item. iii. Click the Don’t notify me, but display the icon link button. iv. Close the Windows Security Center window. d. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | User Account Control: Detect application installations and prompt for elevation = Disabled e. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | User Account Control: Run all administrators in Admin Approval Mode = Disabled f. Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Internet Explorer | Turn on menu bar by default = Enabled g. Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Windows Media Player | Prevent desktop shortcut icon creation = Enabled h. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Desktop | Remove the Desktop Cleanup Wizard = Enabled i. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Start Menu and Taskbar | Add the Run command to the Start Menu = Enabled j. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Windows Explorer | Do not display the Welcome Center at user logon = Enabled k. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Windows Explorer | Display the menu bar in Windows Explorer = Enabled 34. Close the Group Policy Object Editor. 35. Close the Command Prompt window. a. Type “exit” and then press the Enter key. 36. Restart the machine to allow the new User Account Control settings to take effect. 37. After restarting, log in as the “Administrator” with the password set in Step 27. a. If desired, close the Windows Sidebar. b. If displayed, click the “Check your User Account Control settings” message balloon. i. Click the Change the way Security Center alerts me link item. ii. Click the Don’t notify me, but display the icon link button. iii. Close the Windows Security Center window. 38. To remove the temporary user account created in Step 12, perform the following: a. Right-click on Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the Advanced system settings link button. c. Click the Settings button within the User Profile section. d. Highlight the user account created in Step 12, and then click the Delete button. e. Click the Yes button on the Confirm Delete window that appears. f. Click the OK button to close the User Profiles window. g. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. h. Close the System window. i. Right-click on Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Manage. j. Expand Local Users and Groups, and then highlight Users. k. Right-click on the user account created in Step 12 and select Delete. l. Click the Yes button on the window that appears. m. Close the Computer Management window. 39. To disable hibernation and remove the “C:hiberfil.sys” file, perform the following: a. Open a Command Prompt window. i. Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt b. Type “powercfg –h off” (without the quotes) and then press the Enter key. c. Close the Command Prompt window. i. Type “exit” and then press the Enter key. 40. To set the desired Power Management settings, perform the following:
  3. 3. a. Launch the Power Options applet located within the Control Panel. i. May need to enable Classic View within the Control Panel. b. Click the Change plan settings link item for the selected plan. c. Click the Change advanced power settings link item. d. Expand the Sleep node. e. Set the “Sleep after” time to Never. i. Set it to “1”, then count down one increment to “Never”. ii. If other items are displayed within the Sleep node, set them accordingly, or else ensure that Step 39 was executed to disable hibernation. f. Click the OK button to close the Power Options window and accept the changes. g. Set the “Turn off the display:” setting to the desired option (recommended 30 minutes). h. Set the “Put the computer to sleep:” setting to Never. i. Click the Save Changes button. j. Close the Power Options window. 41. To disable System Restore, perform the following: i. System Restore will get turned back on again when the client machine is imaged. a. Right-click on Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the Advanced system settings link button. c. Click the System Protection tab. d. Uncheck the box for the desired Available Disks. e. Click the Turn System Restore Off button on the window that appears. f. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. g. Close the System window. 42. To enable Remote Desktop, perform the following: a. Right-click on Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the Remote settings link button. c. Select the “Allow connections from computers running any version of Remote Desktop (less secure)”. i. This security level may be tightened using a domain group policy setting, but it is recommended to set the default at this level in order to ensure that initial problems may be resolved remotely. d. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. e. Close the System window. 43. Use the Uninstall of change a program applet located within the Control Panel to enable/disable any desired Windows features (such as enabling Games). a. You may need to enable Classic View within the Control Panel. b. Use the “Turn Windows features on or off” link button to access the Windows components section. 44. Shut down the machine and then physically connect it to the network. a. Plug in the network cable. 45. After restarting, log in as the “Administrator” with the password set in Step 27. a. If desired, close the Windows Sidebar. 46. Ensure that all the needed basic drivers are installed. a. Do not leave any “unknown” devices within the Device Manager. b. Install drivers using only the .INF files and not the setup.exe installation programs. c. Use Windows Update to search for any basic drivers. 47. Ensure that all Windows Updates are installed: a. Open Start | All Programs | Windows Update. b. Use the Get updates for more products link item to ensure that all Microsoft products are kept up to date. i. Install all available Critical and Optional updates. ii. Do NOT install any hardware related updates (such as Intel processor updates). c. Restart as needed, checking for updates until there are no new ones. 48. If it exists, delete the “C:WindowsPantherunattend.xml” file. 49. Clear the frequently used programs list. 50. Clear the recent items list. 51. Ensure that there are no bad user profiles that will cause problems when prepping the image. 52. Restart the reference computer to ensure that everything is still working smoothly.
  4. 4. Install and Customize the Windows XP Reference Machine... This is the default basic setup, which may then be customized and tweaked in order to obtain the desired installation model to be used in the day-to-day imaging process. Make a note to ensure that a reference machine with the desired Hardware Abstraction Layer (HAL) is used (recommended to try using a “ACPI Multiprocessor PC” HAL type). For screenshots, look here: http://www.microsoft.com/windowsxp/using/setup/winxp/install.mspx 1. If desired, update the BIOS if it is out of date a. Procedure varies by manufacturer. 2. Physically remove any unneeded hardware, to be reinstalled one-by-one after the OS is installed and running smoothly. a. This may help to reduce troubleshooting time. 3. If connected, physically unplug the system from any network connections a. Remove the network cable. 4. Insert the Windows XP Professional SP2 CD and boot from it (when prompted, press any key). a. This may involve starting up the machine, inserting the CD, and then restarting. i. It is recommended that the boot order be changed to start from the CD/DVD drive first. 5. Press the ENTER key to set up Windows XP. 6. Press the F8 key to agree to the license agreement. 7. If prompted, press the ESC key to install a fresh copy of Windows XP. 8. Press the D key to delete Partition1, and then press the ENTER key. 9. Press the L key to verify deleting the partition. 10. Press the ENTER key to install Windows using the entire hard disk as a single partition. 11. Highlight Format the partition using the NTFS file system (not the Quick version) and press ENTER (Note: Do NOT boot from the CD when the machine automatically reboots during the setup process – allow it to boot normally). 12. Accept the default Regional and Language Options by clicking the Next button. 13. Enter the following personalization information, and then click the Next button. a. Name: PC User b. Organization: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 14. Enter the Windows XP Professional Product Key and then click the Next button. a. Product Key: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 15. Enter a computer name and an administrator password, and then click the Next button. a. Be sure to remember the password. 16. If displayed, enter the Modem Dialing Information, and then click the Next button. 17. Set the correct Date and Time Settings, and then click the Next button. 18. If the installation process detects an installed, known network card, select the “Typical settings” radio button, and then click the Next button. a. If prompted, accept the default Workgroup name by clicking the Next button. 19. After automatically rebooting, click the OK button to have Windows adjust the Display Settings. a. Click the OK button to verify the adjusted settings. 20. Click the Next arrow button in the lower right corner to continue setting up the computer. 21. Select the radio button labeled “Help protect my PC by turning on Automatic Updates now”, and then click the Next arrow button. 22. If displayed, select the “Local area network (LAN)” radio button and click the Next arrow button. a. Checkmark the following two boxes, and then click the Next arrow button. i. Obtain IP automatically ii. Obtain DNS automatically 23. If displayed, select the “No, not at this time” registration radio button, and then click the Next arrow button. 24. If displayed, select the “No, not at this time” Internet access radio button, and then click the Next arrow button. 25. Enter “JoeUser” as the first temporary username, and then click the Next arrow button (this user account will be removed later, and is only a temporary account). a. Your name: JoeUser 26. Click the Finish arrow button. 27. After the Windows desktop finalizes, eject the Windows XP Professional SP2 CD. a. If prompted, cancel the Windows XP Tour. b. If prompted, cancel the Security Center message. 28. Launch the User Accounts applet located within the Control Panel. 29. Click the link labeled “Change the way users log on or off”.
  5. 5. 30. Uncheck the box labeled “Use the Welcome screen”, and then click the Apply Options button. 31. Close all open windows and then restart the computer. 32. After restarting, log in as the “Administrator” with the credentials supplied in Step 14. a. If prompted, cancel the Windows XP Tour. b. If prompted, cancel the Security Center message. 53. Remove the temporary user account created in Step 25: a. Right-click on My Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the Advanced tab. c. Click the Settings button within the User Profile section. d. Highlight the user account created in Step 25, and then click the Delete button. e. Click the Yes button on the Confirm Delete window that appears. f. Click the OK button to close the User Profiles window. g. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. h. Right-click on My Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Manage. i. Expand Local Users and Groups, and then highlight Users. j. Right-click on the user account created in Step 25 and select Delete. k. Click the Yes button on the window that appears. l. Close the Computer Management window. 33. Configure the local group policy settings: a. Open a Command Prompt window. i. Start | All Programs | Accessories | Command Prompt b. Type “gpedit.msc” (without the quotes) and then press the Enter key. c. Configure the following items using the Group Policy Object Editor: i. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | Interactive logon: Do not display last user name = Enabled ii. Computer Configuration | Windows Settings | Security Settings | Local Policies | Security Options | Interactive logon: Do not require CTRL+ALT+DEL = Disabled iii. Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Windows Media Player | Prevent Desktop Shortcut Creation = Enabled iv. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | Desktop | Remove the Desktop Cleanup Wizard = Enabled v. User Configuration | Administrative Templates | System | Do not display the Getting Started welcome screen at logon = Enabled 1. All other settings may be configured during/after the imaging process. d. Close the Group Policy Object Editor. e. Close the Command Prompt window by typing “exit”, and then pressing the Enter key. 34. Remove unwanted Windows Components: a. Launch the Add or Remove Programs applet located within the Control Panel. b. Click the Add/Remove Windows Components link. c. Uncheck the boxes labeled “MSN Explorer” and “Outlook Express”, and then click the Next button. d. Click the Finish button. e. Close the Add or Remove Programs window, and then close the Control Panel window. 35. Set the desired Windows Explorer folder view: a. Open My Computer. b. Select the View | Details. i. Expand the columns so that the Name field is fully displayed. c. Select the Tools | Folder Options menu item. d. On the window that appears, select the “Use Windows classic folders” radio button, and then click the Apply button. e. Click the View tab. f. Uncheck the following boxes: i. Automatically search for network folders and printers ii. Use simple file sharing (Recommended) g. Click the Apply button. h. Click the Apply to All Folders button. i. Click the Yes button on the Folder views window that appears. j. Click the OK button to close the Folder Options window. k. Set the desired folder view for any special windows: i. Open the Control Panel and set it to icon view. ii. Open the Printers and Faxes area and set it to icon view. 36. Ensure that all hardware devices and needed basic drivers are installed: a. Right-click on My Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Manage.
  6. 6. b. Highlight the Device Manager node. c. Ensure that there are no unknown devices listed. i. Use only .INF files, and not the “setup.exe” programs to install needed drivers. 1. Use the Update Driver method. ii. Do not leave any “unknown” devices within the Device Manager. 37. Connect the machine to the network and install all of the available Windows Updates (High Priority as well as Software,Optional). a. http://www.update.microsoft.com b. Restart the machine when prompted. c. Once Internet Explorer 7.0 has been installed, set the following local group policy setting as shown in Step 33: i. Computer Configuration | Administrative Templates | Windows Components | Internet Explorer | Turn on menu bar by default = Enabled d. This ensures that the deployed machine is protected when booting for the first time after imaging. 38. If open, close the Language bar. a. Right-click on the language bar and select Close the Language bar. b. Click the OK button on the Language Bar window that appears. 39. Set the login screen information: a. Restart the computer. b. When logging in, click the Options button on the CTRL+ALT+DEL screen to expand the menu items. c. Continue to log in as normal. 40. Adjust the default C: drive security settings in order to prevent unwanted files and folders from being created by unauthorized users: a. Open My Computer. b. Right-click on the “Local Disk (C:)” drive and select Properties. c. Click the Security tab. d. Highlight the “Users” group, and then click the Remove button. e. Click the Apply button to accept the change. f. Once the security permissions have been adjusted, click the OK button to close the Local Disk (C:) Properties window. 41. Install only the bare minimum software applications and/or drivers: a. The majority of these will be installed later via SMS. b. Install the KB888111 Audio hotfix. i. This helps resolve issues with certain audio drivers. c. Install the KB883667 Video hotfix. i. This helps resolve issues with certain video drivers during the mini-setup. 42. Enable ClearType: a. Launch the Display applet located within the Control Panel. b. Click the Appearance tab. c. Click the Effects button. d. Ensure that the box labeled “Use the following method to smooth edges of screen fonts:” is checked, and then select “Clear Type” from the drop down menu. e. Click the OK button to close the Effects window. f. Click the OK button to close the Display Properties window, and then close the Control Panel window. 43. Set the default sound scheme: a. Launch the Sounds and Audio Devices applet located within the Control Panel. b. Click the Sounds tab. c. Set the Sound scheme: to Windows Default. d. Click the No button on the Save Scheme window that appears. e. Click the OK button to close the Sounds and Audio Devices Properties window. 44. Set the desired Power Management settings: a. Launch the Power Options applet located within the Control Panel. b. Click the Hibernate tab. c. Uncheck the box labeled “Enable hibernation”. d. Click the Advanced tab. e. Uncheck the box labeled “Prompt for password when computer resumes from standby”. f. Click the Power Schemes tab. g. Set the following settings: i. Turn off monitor: After 45 minutes ii. Turn off hard disks: Never iii. System standby: Never iv. System hibernate: Never (if displayed)
  7. 7. h. Click the Apply button. i. Click the OK button to close the Power Options Properties window. 45. Turn off System Restore: i. System Restore will get turned back on again when the client machine is imaged. a. Right-click on My Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the System Restore tab. c. Check the box labeled “Turn off System Restore”. i. This gets turned back on automatically when a client machine is imaged. d. Click the Apply button. e. Click the Yes button on the System Restore window that appears. f. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. 46. Enable Remote Desktop: a. Right-click on My Computer (located on the Start menu) and select Properties. b. Click the Remote tab. c. Check the box labeled “Allow users to connect remotely to this computer”. d. Click the Apply button. e. Click the OK button to close the System Properties window. 47. Turn off the built-in Windows firewall: a. Launch the Windows Firewall applet located within the Control Panel. b. Select the “Off (not recommended)” radio button. i. This gets turned back on when imaging the clients. c. Click the OK button to close the Windows Firewall window. d. Restart the computer for this setting to take effect. 48. Configure the Quick Launch bar: a. Log into the computer with administrative credentials, and then enable and manually configure the Quick Launch toolbar item as desired. i. Set it to allow for 5 shortcut icons. b. Log off or restart the computer in order to allow the new Quick Launch configuration settings to be written back to the registry. c. Log back into the computer and use the Registry Editor (REGEDT32) to export HKCUSoftwareMicrosoftWindowsCurrentVersionExplorerStreamsDesktop as “EnableQL.reg”: d. Using Notepad edit the “EnableQL.reg” file, changing the portion of the file that reads “HKEY_CURRENT_USERSoftware” to “HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTSoftware”, and then save the changes (leave Notepad open). i. Note the period that needs to be included at the beginning of the word “DEFAULT”. e. Double-click the newly saved “EnableQL.reg” file and import the new information. f. Once finished importing, from within the Registry Editor highlight "HKEY_USERS" and select File | Load Hive. g. Within Registry Editor, navigate to and load the “C:Documents and SettingsDefault UserNTUSER.DAT” registry hive file, naming it “DefaultUserProfile”. i. You may need to enable viewing of hidden files and folders in order to see the “Default User” folder. h. Using Notepad edit the “EnableQL.reg” file, changing the portion of the file that reads “HKEY_USERS.DEFAULTSoftware” to “HKEY_USERSDefaultUserProfileSoftware”, and then save the changes (close Notepad when finished saving). i. Double-click the newly saved “EnableQL.reg” file and import the new information. j. Once finished importing, within the Registry Editor, highlight the “DefaultUserProfile” key and select File | Unload Hive. k. Close the Registry Editor and restart the computer. 49. Configure the sysprep folder: a. This is where all the work takes place. Ensure that “setupcl.exe”, “sysprep.exe” and your customized “sysprep.inf” files are all included within the local “C:Sysprep” folder. 50. Configure the built-in Administrator account: a. Do NOT rename the built-in “Administrator” account and do NOT use a blank password. i. Default CLAS Administrator password: XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX 1. Make the password at least 15 characters long. 51. Delete unwanted files and folders if they exist: a. C:MININT b. C:Windowssystem32$winnt$.sif c. C:Windowssystem32$winnt$.inf d. C:Windowssystem32$ncsp$.inf e. C:WindowsSecurityDatabasesecedit.sdb4
  8. 8. i. This should prevent any domain group policies from being accidentally integrated into the image if the machine is joined to a domain. f. C:VIRTPART.DAT i. This file is generated when using Symatec Ghost. g. C:Documents and SettingsDefault UserApplication DataAdobeAdobe Illustrator CS2 SettingsAIPrefs i. This file is usually generated when customizing the default user profile with Adobe products installed. h. Unwanted Network Neighborhood links within “C:Documents and SettingsDefault UserNetHood” i. Delete all of the “C:Windowsinfoem*.inf” and corresponding “C:Windowsinfoem*.PNF” driver INF files. i. For example: Oem0.inf, oem0.PNF, oem1.inf, oem1.PNF,oem2.inf, oem2.PNF, oem3.inf, etc... 52. Restart the machine to ensure that everything is running smoothly, and then clean up the following final items prior to capturing the machine: a. Using the Internet Explorer Properties, click the Delete button, and then click the Delete all button. b. Empty “C:Windowsprefetch”. c. Empty the Recycle Bin. d. Clear out the commonly used programs items on the Start menu. e. Verify that the desired folder view has been set by opening My Computer and using the Tools | Folder Options menu item. i. Such as resetting the hidden files and folders option. 53. Proceed to the next section to install the SMS client and capture the machine. Capture the Reference Machine... This section will generate the custom .WIM file that will be used in the day-to-day imaging process. 1. Install and pre-configure the SMS 2003 Advanced Client. a. If the SMS Agent service is not stopped (verify that the “SMS Agent Host” has stopped by using the Services console), restart the machine, clean it using the CCMCLEAN.EXE utility, restart and install the client again. 2. Do not proceed with the next step until the “SMS Agent Host” service has stopped. 3. Insert the Image Capture Wizard CD. a. Generate the Image Capture Wizard CD using the SMS 2003 console (details not included in this document). 4. Click the Next button on the SMS 2003 Image Capture Wizard window that appears. 5. Enter the following information, and then click the Next button: a. Image file name: Windows_Image_20071015 (the date is added onto the end) a. Use a naming scheme or the comment sections to help easily identify the different ACPI formats. b. Network location: ServerName.MyDomain.comShareNameSubFolderName c. Account name: DomainNameSMSadminID (does not need to be the SMS ServiceID account) d. Password: SMSadminPassword 6. Enter the following information, and then click the Next button: a. Local Administrator’s Password: XXXXXXXX b. Confirm Password: XXXXXXXX c. WINDOWS VISTA: Sysprep Parameters: -oobe -generalize d. WINDOWS XP: Sysprep Parameters: -reseal –mini –quiet 7. Enter the desired information, and then click the Next button: a. Comments: Base Microsoft Windows image containing customized configuration settings. b. Created by: John Smith (john-smith@NoCompany.com) c. Version: 10/15/2006 (the date the image was generated) 8. Click the Finish button to capture the image, allowing the machine to shutdown. a. Windows XP: This may take time (up to 45 minutes) if Sysprep is set to build the “MassStorageDevice” section (recommended). 9. Power the machine on and boot from the Image Capture Wizard CD that is still inserted, allowing the Image Capture Process to automatically continue. a. Ensure that the machine is connected to the network prior to turning it on. 10. After successfully capturing the image click the OK button to allow the machine to restart and process the mini-setup. Eject the Image Capture Wizard CD when possible (do not boot from the CD).
  9. 9. Manipulate the newly captured SMS OSD .WIM file as desired….

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