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Where is Sysprep for Windows 7 SP1?

Posted on 2011-02-18
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Folks -

Given the ridiculous complexity of Microsoft's deployment tools between WAIK, MDT, Windows Deployment Tools, etc. I can't find Sysprep for Windows 7 SP1 to save my life.

Where do I find it?  Is it part of the WAIK and I'm just not seeing it?  Microsoft used to release a package known as the "Windows Deployment Tools" that included Sysprep for any given release.

I'm looking to Sysprep a Windows 7 SP1 workstation and need guidance on where I can find it.

Thanks in advance!
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You can find it installed here with every install.
C:\Windows\System32\sysprep
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<slaps self in face>

Thanks!
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