Windows 10: Cloning without Sysprep and deploy it on multiple no-joined-domain PCs

Discus and support Cloning without Sysprep and deploy it on multiple no-joined-domain PCs in Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade to solve the problem; I would like to know if I can install windows 10 on a device (let's say reference device) with a master key (Volume key) and then install the software,... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Installation and Upgrade' started by SinaEscobar, Aug 6, 2019.

  1. Cloning without Sysprep and deploy it on multiple no-joined-domain PCs


    I would like to know if I can install windows 10 on a device (let's say reference device) with a master key (Volume key) and then install the software, create the users, configure the local group policies and finally CLONE it without Sysprep (I believe Sysprep removes some local user group policies and registry settings related to users profiles) and deploy it on multiple non-joined-domain devices with similar hardware specs?

    • The main reason that I don't want to do sysprep is that the devices (Standalone disconnected Kiosks) have 3 or 4 local user accounts with different user account groups and security settings and probably different shells.

    :)
     
    SinaEscobar, Aug 6, 2019
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  2. Brink Win User

    Join Windows 10 PC to a Domain  


    @rseiler,

    I just finished clean installing Windows 10 Enterprise build 17093 in a VM using a local account, and it still has the same steps in the tutorial for me.

    Is your PC already joined to a domain?


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    Brink, Aug 6, 2019
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  3. rseiler Win User
    Join Windows 10 PC to a Domain  


    I just checked an RS3 PC already domain-joined (the RS3 I was checking earlier was not yet joined to anything), and there are no blue links for it either, strongly suggesting that MS lets you only do one or the other.

    What I should try is doing an Azure AD join (any method) and then doing a domain join via the old UI. That may be a loophole.
     
    rseiler, Aug 6, 2019
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  4. Cloning without Sysprep and deploy it on multiple no-joined-domain PCs

    Re-join the domain after upgrade

    There is no need to leave the domain, you can perform the upgrade (with Admin privileges).

    You can also leave the domain, upgrade with a local account, then join the domain again.

    Resources:

     
    Andre Da Costa, Aug 6, 2019
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