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New for Windows XP is the ability to automatically build the Sysprep.inf file's [SysprepMassStorage] section. By adding the lines that you see in the following listing to your Sysprep.inf file, Sysprep extracts all the Plug and Play IDs from Machine.inf, Scsi.inf, Pnpscsi.inf, and Mshdc.inf and adds the appropriate entries. Make sure that you leave the [SysprepMassStorage] section empty, and double check your spelling of BuildMassStorageSection. (I've spent hours troubleshooting a file in which I misspelled the name of this setting.)
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[Sysprep] BuildMassStorageSection=Yes [SysprepMassStorage]
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When you build the [SysprepMassStorage] section automatically, Sysprep takes much longer to run. Rather than shutting down the computer after a few seconds, which is Sysprep's typical behavior, Sysprep grinds away for about 15 minutes while it builds this section. Be patient as long as you see hard disk activity and a spinning hourglass. Reducing image count is worth the wait.
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You're not finished yet. Sysprep adds the devices in the [SysprepMassStorage] section to Windows XP's critical device's database. This database is in the registry at HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\CriticalDeviceDatabase. Each subkey corresponds to a device you added to [SysprepMassStorage] and contains a link to the actual device driver in the registry. Windows XP tries to start each device in the database every time it boots. The problem is that this increases boot time significantly something you don't want to inflict on users. Don't I always have a solution On each target computer, run sysprep.exe clean quiet. This command disables all the devices that Windows XP didn't find when it started. The next time the operating system starts, it doesn't try to start device drivers for those devices that it didn't find. The trick is when to run this command. You don't do it when you build the image. Instead, you run the command during Mini Setup Wizard. Add the command to the Cmdlines.txt file that you create in %SYSTEMDRIVE%\Sysprep\i386\$OEM$. The file looks like this (make sure that InstallFilesPath points to the folder containing the $OEM$ folder, which is usually 276
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%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Sysprep\i386, and you set OemPreinstall=Yes):
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[Commands] "%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Sysprep\Sysprep.exe clean quiet"
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When you run Sysprep, it modifies hundreds if not thousands of registry settings to prepare the computer's hard disk for duplication. Table 13 1 on the next page describes the settings that relate directly to Sysprep. These are settings that prepare Mini Setup Wizard to run the next time Windows XP starts. I tracked these down by comparing snapshots of the registry before and after running Sysprep. I divided this table into sections, with each key in a different section. Table 13 1: Sysprep Registry Settings Value Type HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Sysprep SidsGenerated REG_DWORD Description
Sysprep sets this value to 0x01, indicating that it removed the computer's SID and Setupcl.exe will regenerate it. CriticalDevicesInstalled REG_DWORD Sysprep sets this value to 0x01, indicating that it created the critical devices database. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup SourcePath REG_DWORD Sysprep sets this to the value of InstallFilesPath in Sysprep.inf, which indicates to the setup program where to find installation files. HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Setup\OOBE RunWelcomeProcess REG_DWORD Sysprep sets this value to 0x00, which disables the Windows Welcome out of box experience. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Lsa\Kerberos\SidCache MachineSid REG_BINARY Sysprep deletes this value to remove the computer's SID. HKLM\SYSTEM\CurrentControlSet\Control\Session Manager SetupExecute REG_MULTI_SZ Setup adds Setupcl.exe to this value. This runs Setupcl.exe when Windows XP restarts so that Setupcl.exe can regenerate the computer's SID and run Mini Setup Wizard. HKLM\SYSTEM\Setup BootDiskSig REG_DWORD Sysprep stores the signature of the boot disk in this value. CloneTag REG_MULTI_SZ Sysprep stores the date and time that you ran the prepared disk in this value. Cmdline REG_SZ Sysprep stores the setup command line setup newsetup mini in this value. This is the command that runs Mini Setup Wizard. MiniSetupInProgress REG_DWORD Sysprep sets this value to 0x01, indicating that Mini Setup Wizard is in the process of running.
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