Windows XP Service Pack 2 Sysprep issues.

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I am very familiar with Windows XP. I am currently trying to create an image with Windows XP SP2. I have performed many installs of SP2 but this is the first machine image with SP2. I am trying to set my default user profile which I did learn from searching the web that with SP2 the default profile after a simper is pulled from the administrator profile. (It was news to me). I have all my settings set the way that I want them but a few things keep showing up or reverting back to Windows default. System Restore turns back on, Virtual memory reverts back to Windows default, Windows Media Player icon on the desktop and start menu, Files and Settings transfer wizard icon shows on the start menu. These issues are minor but driving me crazy on removing them. Thanks for any help or suggestions.

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do a search on XP-Tweak tools on the internet, there are a lot of them out there, use that before you sysprep and it could fix your problem, on my corporate image I take messager, games, media player, MSN off before I make the image.

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