I have 5 computers all installed with XP Pro and joined to a SBS 2003 domain. The computers are all identical.
We made a decision to move them to Windows 7. As a test we installed Windows 7 joined it to the network and reinstalled the user applications. The applications took a long while to install and configure which leads me to my question;
Even though the computer which had Windows 7 loaded on it a few weeks ago is joined to the SBS 2003 domain can I still sysprep it and roll out the collected image to the remaining computers?
Note: These workstations will be joining a SBS 2011 domain down the track.
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