INVALID CD KEY USING SYSPREP & GHOST


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Windows 2000 will not accept my valid cd key after cloning the machine.

I installed windows 2000 on the machine, and ran sysprep which contained the
same cd key in the answer file. I then made an image of the machine using
ghost 2003.

When the machine reboots after creating the image, it will no longer accept
the valid cd key, or any other valid cd key for that matter.

We have one windows cd key that is valid for all our machines so I have
always used the same sysprep answer file, and had no problems in the past.
This has just started happening.

Does anyone know why this might be, or what you need to do to stop this.

Jonathan.
 
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