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CLONEZILLA restore image and re-join to win2003 domain

Hello to All,
on a large LAN (600 pc) with windows xp sp3 and windows 2003 r2 network, I've saved the image with clonezilla on usb disks. However when I try to restore one of pc, the logon authentication fails due to, I suppose, sid not restored.
Now my question is: log on as local administrator, should be enough re join onto domain using the standard procedure on System Properties (button Change for renaming or join to domain) ?
Or need to run sysprep in any case ? I need only restore the pc from image previously created
(one per pc).
Thanks in advance and Best Regards.
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TechnoChatWintel Administrator / Cloud ComputingCommented:
Try OverDisk from following location.

http://users.forthnet.gr/pat/efotinis/programs/overdisk.html

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Saugata
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pablito70Author Commented:
Thank you very much but I'm quite happy with clonezilla and I have 600 pcs with images saved on usb disks for quick recovery. I'm not interest in other solution, for the moment
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TechnoChatWintel Administrator / Cloud ComputingCommented:
Sorry, I posted on wrong question.

Thanks
Saugata
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TechnoChatWintel Administrator / Cloud ComputingCommented:
You have to use NewSID for changing SID value, but currently, NewSID no longer available for download.
http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/bb897418.aspx

You van download it from here.
http://db.tt/F2GNNAt

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Saugata
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pablito70Author Commented:
Thanks for links but as ms mentioned I would like not using external links
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pablito70Author Commented:
Sorry I mean no external tools.
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TechnoChatWintel Administrator / Cloud ComputingCommented:
What do you mean by external tool?
It from Microsoft itself.
NewSID
Or else you have to use Sysprep
http://support.microsoft.com/kb/302577

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Saugata
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