How to Use Sysprep in Windows 10? – With Sysprep (System Preparation Tool), we can easily duplicate Windows operating systems. The computers with the same hardware in an environment can save time by replicating seamlessly by modifying the SID numbers of user accounts with Sysprep.
How to Use Sysprep in Windows 10?
How to Use Sysprep in Windows 10?
Using Sysprep on Windows 10 operating system is quite easy. In the previous article, we discussed what is Sysprep in Windows. In this article, we will change user SID numbers with Sysprep operation on Windows 10 operating system.
One computer cloned with Sysprep can be easily distributed to other computers in the same location. A computer that receives images without using Sysprep is the copying one by one.
If you have more than one computer in the same location, after making all the necessary settings on one computer, the image is taken after you generalize this computer with Sysprep. Then, this image integrates into the other computers and this process complete after entering information such as the username at computer startup.
After the computer is turned on, it covers all the necessary configurations such as programs, office programs, mail settings, firewall settings. If you do this without Sysprep and take the image of the operating system and distribute it to other computers, there would be problems with programs and file sharing permissions.
With the use of Sysprep, operating system user SID numbers are also changed to avoid such problems.
How to Change SID using Sysprep?
Follow the following steps to change SID using Sysprep in Windows 10. We will look at user SID numbers before using Sysprep. After changing SID using Sysprep in Windows 10, we will compare the SID numbers on the opened system.
Before using Sysprep in Windows 10, let’s look at the SID numbers of the user accounts on the operating system. This information will change after the Sysprep process.
To find Windows 10 user SID numbers, execute the following command at the CMD command prompt.[code] wmic useraccount get name, sid
Press Windows + R to open the Run.
In the Run window, type Sysprep and press OK.
The location where the Sysprep program is located will be opened. Run Sysprep program as administrator.
Sysprep (System Preparation Tool) is turned on. Select Generalize and press the OK button.
Sysprep is preparing the system …
After completing the preparation of Sysprep, the Windows 10 operating system will restart.
The devices are being prepared … The screen that often appears when formatting …
After setting the Country, Language, Keyboard and Time zone, click on the Next button.
Windows 10 gives us information about the license information. Click on the Accept button to continue.
Continue by selecting Use Express Settings.
Windows 10 is preparing for …
To open an account on a local domain, select the option below.
Click on the Next button.
Enter a new user name for the Windows 10 operating system and click on the Next button.
If you want to accept the Cortana feature, click on the Use Cortana button. Continue by clicking the Not Now button to bypass the Windows 10 Cortana feature.
Windows 10 is preparing the operating system interface…
After using Windows Sysprep, if you compare SID numbers, you can see that the SID numbers are different.
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How to Use Sysprep in Windows 10? – The use of Sysprep is as simple as the steps above. Sysprep process can be easily duplicate by changing the SID number of the computer to be imaged. The programs already installed on the Windows 10 operating system that was opened after the above steps are also ready and there will be no conflicts.
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