I have a Windows 7 image I created using WDS that works great. However I'd like to put this image on a PC, run updates and add some software, and then capture it again for use in the future. I can deploy the image to a machine without a problem, but it activates the copy of windows.
Isn't there a way to use the
skiprearm parameter to tell it not to activate windows when I sysprep it again? I'm kind of confused how it works even after reading about it.
Do I need to deploy the image as it is, then make the updates/changes, then sysprep and capture again? Where does
skiprearm come into play? During sysprep?
(Or should I just move to MDT, I've heard it's a lot easier and better =D )