I am creating a master workstation image, with all our standard workstation software. The idea is to make copies of of the images (sysprep them) and then join each one to the domain, etc. My question is about installing TightVNC on the master image or not. When it is installed, the master image will of course have a temporary windows name and IP address and when a copy is made, the windows name/IP will gets changed to its production/final values.
So with all those changes and sysprep (SID, etc) being used; should TightVNC be installed on the master image or should it be installed clean on each workstation after it is joined to the domain?