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How do I get sysprep to leave the language toolbar & settings on my Windows 7 image?

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I have a Windows 7 image with several additional keyboards & input languages added to the language toolbar.  After sysprepping the lauguage toolbar is removed for all users.  My unattend.xml file is attached.

Is there a setting that can be added to a specific pass that will cause sysprep to leave the language toolbar in tact?


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bhanukir7 earned 2000 total points
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hi George,

you may not be able to get this achieved with the unattend.xml file. you can set a batch file to be executed after the sysprep is completed with a response file.

please refer to this microsoft article.

http://support.microsoft.com/kb/289125

regards
bhanu
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I did not had this problem with XP.  The settings in the XP sysprep.inf file would install the additional keyboards.  
I will give the post sysprep batch file a go.
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The answer confirmed that the Windows 7 sysprep is only partialliy useful
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