Consultation required on how to properly remove a Windows Sysprep/OOBE pop-up (sysprep state) from a Windows 7 Pro system without harming existing installation, software, user accounts, etc. In other words, want to cancel and get it out of the sysprep state. Not sure which option to choose. This should be a simple answer for the right person for someone familiar with sysprep.
If inspection of the computer via remote is required, this can be arranged.
I need assurances that you, the person answering this bid, is familiar with win7 sysprep/oobe, how to solve this specific problem correctly. Feel free to ask questions.
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IT Professional with 9 years into system administration and virtualization. I have 2 steps that we can try. One of them has worked in the past for me. The other is a registry edit.