I have about 20 identical machine that I would like to clone the image rather than installing XP on each one of them.
Question1: What do I need to do to the original image ready to clone? I heard of sysprep but not sure what it is.
Question2: What kind of cloning program would you suggest? That would allow me to clone multiple machines at once.
awhile ago I used g4l; it worked pretty well; I didn't set it up but using it was not hard.
here is a tutorial:
sysprep is a utility that basically get's the machine
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