"Limits on how many times you can run Sysprep
You can run the Sysprep command up to 8 times on a single Windows image. After running Sysprep 8 times, you must recreate your Windows image. In previous versions of Windows, you could use the SkipRearm answer file setting to reset the Windows Product Activation clock when running Sysprep. If you are using a volume licensing key or a retail product key, you don't have to use SkipRearm because Windows is automatically activated."
Does that limitation apply if I just clone the initial virtual machine, our IT department asked me to do a Sysprep each time I clone the VM, so I think of handing out the VM after running the Sysprep and then every user has to do it at least once in the beginning. I never used this feature, but would like to install the special applications we need virtualized and then do the Sysprep to hand out the configured virtual machine.
Anyone got some experience with this? Ideas and tips are welcome.
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One is Okular, the other is PDF viewer, the third is PDF shuffler, under #Windows I can do all of this with PDF Xchange.
Any tips which alternative is good and finds most #Windows #viruses and #trojan, I am also happy to utilize some #Linux Live version, but it must be easy to use and should be able to update the virus definition files.
I think he got a Windows 10 DVD and a COA sticker.
What is the obstacles I will face?
#Help #Question #Brainstorming
In #Windows 7-Zip is using parallel compression on multiple CPUs (I think, at least der is a setting), in #Linux there is #pigz compression application that can also output #zip files, but it can not split them.
I know there is the
splitcommand, but then it is hard to join the file together again in Windows.
I like to split the file because it is a pain in the ass to download 1 huge file instead of several smaller ones, especially if the download gets interrupted and can't be resumed.
So I now use
7z a -tzip -mx=4 -v1000M /path/to/new/zip.zip /path/to/source/folder, but would like something similar to parallelize it.
I already thought about just using 7-Zip to split a stream coming from stdio.
Any better ideas?