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Sysprep Win98

Posted on 2004-04-21
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Hey fellows,
It might sounds stupid but I want to know how can I sysprep Win98.
I have to clone Win98 image to different workstations and I don't want to use the same Product Key.
I hope my question is clear?
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Let me re-phrase my question?
I am using Ghost to create and clone images. for Win2K PCs I use Sysprep to clear the image from the Product ID.
I have created a custome image for Win98 and now I need to clear it from the Product ID so that when I roll it out to any new PC, it will ask for a new Product ID?
Is this more clear now

Please advice
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