What's the best way to clone Windows 11?


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I'm setting up 8 PCs for work. I have one set up the way I want it. What's the easiest way to clone a Windows 11 computer, an application that is free to use for businesses?
 

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    Windows 10
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
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    N/A
    CPU
    Intel Core i7-5960x
    Motherboard
    Rampage V Extreme
    Memory
    64GB RAM
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA GTX 980 SC'd

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Macrium Reflect Free is free for 8 pcs.

Are all pcs identical?
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 10 Pro + others in VHDs
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    ASUS Vivobook 14
    CPU
    I7
    Motherboard
    Yep, Laptop has one.
    Memory
    16 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Integrated Intel Iris XE
    Sound Card
    Realtek built in
    Monitor(s) Displays
    N/A
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
    Hard Drives
    1 TB Optane NVME SSD, 1 TB NVME SSD
    PSU
    Yep, got one
    Case
    Yep, got one
    Cooling
    Stella Artois
    Keyboard
    Built in
    Mouse
    Bluetooth , wired
    Internet Speed
    72 Mb/s :-(
    Browser
    Edge mostly
    Antivirus
    Defender
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    TPM 2.0

CartmansPiehole

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Macrium Reflect Free is free for 8 pcs.

Are all pcs identical?
Yep, they're identical.

In fact, there's 1 that Windows 11 will not install on stating it doesn't meet system requirements. But the PCs are identical.
 

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System One

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    Windows 10
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    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    N/A
    CPU
    Intel Core i7-5960x
    Motherboard
    Rampage V Extreme
    Memory
    64GB RAM
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA GTX 980 SC'd

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there's 1 that Windows 11 will not install on stating it doesn't meet system requirements. But the PCs are identical.
If they are identical specs but one doesn't meet system requirements, then that may well be due to TPM, Intel PTT, or AMD fTPM being turned off in its bios.
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Windows 11 Home
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Aspire 3 A315-23
    CPU
    AMD Athlon Silver 3050U
    Memory
    8GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Radeon Graphics
    Monitor(s) Displays
    laptop screen
    Screen Resolution
    1366x768 native resolution, up to 2560x1440 with Radeon Virtual Super Resolution
    Hard Drives
    1TB Samsung EVO 870 SSD
    Browser
    Edge, Firefox
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    fully 'Windows 11 ready' laptop. Windows 10 C: partition migrated from my old unsupported 'main machine' then upgraded to 11. A test migration ran Insider builds for 2 months. When 11 was released on 5th October it was re-imaged back to 10 and was offered the upgrade in Windows Update on 20th October. Windows Update offered the 22H2 Feature Update on 20th September 2022.

    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.

    My SYSTEM FOUR is a 2-in-1 convertible Lenovo Yoga 11e 20DA, Celeron N2930, 4GB RAM, 128GB ssd. Unsupported device: currently running Win10 Pro, plus Win11 Pro 22H2 RTM as a native boot vhdx.
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Dell Lattitude E4310
    CPU
    i5 M 520
    Motherboard
    0T6M8G
    Memory
    4GB
    Screen Resolution
    1366x768
    Hard Drives
    500GB HDD
    Browser
    Firefox, Edge
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    unsupported machine: Legacy bios, MBR, TPM 1.2, upgraded from W10 to W11 using W10/W11 hybrid install media workaround. In-place upgrade to 22H2 using ISO and a workaround.

    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.

    My SYSTEM FOUR is a 2-in-1 convertible Lenovo Yoga 11e 20DA, Celeron N2930, 4GB RAM, 128GB ssd. Unsupported device: currently running Win10 Pro, plus Win11 Pro 22H2 RTM as a native boot vhdx.

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If they are identical specs but one doesn't meet system requirements, then that may well be due to TPM, Intel PTT, or AMD fTPM being turned off in its bios.
or maybe set to legacy bios, or secure boot off ?

But yeah - could be a bios setting.

Other possibilities are maybe an older CPU or not enough spare storage.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 10 Pro + others in VHDs
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    ASUS Vivobook 14
    CPU
    I7
    Motherboard
    Yep, Laptop has one.
    Memory
    16 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Integrated Intel Iris XE
    Sound Card
    Realtek built in
    Monitor(s) Displays
    N/A
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
    Hard Drives
    1 TB Optane NVME SSD, 1 TB NVME SSD
    PSU
    Yep, got one
    Case
    Yep, got one
    Cooling
    Stella Artois
    Keyboard
    Built in
    Mouse
    Bluetooth , wired
    Internet Speed
    72 Mb/s :-(
    Browser
    Edge mostly
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    TPM 2.0

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8 devices ? Don't clone. Image > restore image

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  • OS
    Windows 11
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    HP
    CPU
    Intel i5-9400
    Memory
    8GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    NVIDIA GeForce GT730
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Samsung 32"
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
    Hard Drives
    2 x 1TB SSDs
    Internet Speed
    Classic Australian w.a.p.
    Antivirus
    KIS

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I'm setting up 8 PCs for work. I have one set up the way I want it. What's the easiest way to clone a Windows 11 computer, an application that is free to use for businesses?
Any that work -- but if you are cloning Windows - and you need different licenses for each one then use the WINPE deployment -- docs on the Ms site. All free, 100% windows things. Designed for employing a customised image to multiple PC's.

If just doing a quick "Clone" and it's the entire hard disk you need cloning just boot up your "Tecnician computer" i.e Source machine with any linux distro and then do dd if=/dev/<src computer> of=/dev/<target computer> bs=4096M status=progress.

No file / disk formatting required if you do it this way. You'll need to activate each computer though after performing this clone process and its initial boot up - including any licenseable products such as Office/365 etc.

If those computers had W7/W8/W8.1 on them then digital activation under both methods (Winpe / linux dd command) should be free and automatic.

Note also the danger of "Cloning" multiple computers is then what do you do about the User id's and passwords !!!

The way you should do this (recommended for any business area big or small) is to use the Winpe deployment method. In the documentation the "Technician computer" is the one you start with i.e has the Windows images on it.

I've found the link :


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    PC/Desktop
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    2 X Intel i7

CartmansPiehole

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I finally got a chance to look into some of the solutions posted and I've got at least one new issue. Basically, I'm unable to remove a hard drive. It looks like one of the screws are covered by a Warranty Void sticker. Secondly, I don't have access to the necessary screwdriver to remove the hard drive. It looks like it has a star key. That said, I was going to attempt using CloneZilla and plug a bare hard drive into a SATA to USB 3.0 hub and clone a computer this way, and try to boot from it. I'm unable to remove a hard drive.

I also don't have access to a Windows 2016 server. Therefore, it would appear that using a Technician Computer type approach is out of the question.

It looks like the free version of AOMEI backupper freeware will not back up and restore to new computers, nor do a System clone.

Is there a way to perform a free system clone from USB to USB? I do have at least one male USB to Male USB cable laying around to try. That or backing up a system to a large USB flash drive and restoring that image to a new computer. I'm running out of options that I know of.
 

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System One

  • OS
    Windows 10
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    N/A
    CPU
    Intel Core i7-5960x
    Motherboard
    Rampage V Extreme
    Memory
    64GB RAM
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA GTX 980 SC'd

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Using Macrium Reflect...
Make a full OS image backup of the source machine.
Save the backup on an external drive, or large USB stick.
Create the Macrium Reflect bootable media on a USB stick.

Take the USB stick and the external drive (or large USB stick), to each destination machine, and use the Macrium bootable media to restore the backup, to each one.



As mentioned above... if all the machines, have identical hardware... then the Win 11 requirements issues are due to the BIOS settings.



/edit

If you are going to be maintaining 8 identical machines, you should have a decent external hard drive anyway.
This will make replicating any future software changes on the source machine or very large file transfers.... easy.


 
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My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Win 11 Home ♦♦♦22621.525
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Built by Ghot® [May 2020]
    CPU
    AMD Ryzen 7 3700X
    Motherboard
    Asus Pro WS X570-ACE (BIOS 4201)
    Memory
    G.Skill (F4-3200C14D-16GTZKW)
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA RTX 2070 (08G-P4-2171-KR)
    Sound Card
    Realtek ALC1220P / ALC S1220A
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Dell U3011 30"
    Screen Resolution
    2560 x 1600
    Hard Drives
    2x Samsung 860 EVO 500GB,
    WD 4TB Black FZBX - SATA III,
    WD 8TB Black FZBX - SATA III,
    DRW-24B1ST CD/DVD Burner
    PSU
    PC Power & Cooling 750W Quad EPS12V
    Case
    Cooler Master ATCS 840 Tower
    Cooling
    CM Hyper 212 EVO (push/pull)
    Keyboard
    Ducky DK9008 Shine II Blue LED
    Mouse
    Logitech Optical M-100
    Internet Speed
    100/100
    Browser
    Firefox (latest)
    Antivirus
    Bitdefender Internet Security
    Other Info
    Speakers: Klipsch Pro Media 2.1
  • Operating System
    Windows XP Pro 32bit w/SP3
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Built by Ghot®
    CPU
    AMD Athlon 64 X2 5000+ (OC'd @ 3.2Ghz)
    Motherboard
    ASUS M2N32-SLI Deluxe Wireless Edition
    Memory
    TWIN2X2048-6400C4DHX (2 x 1GB, DDR2 800)
    Graphics card(s)
    EVGA 256-P2-N758-TR GeForce 8600GT SSC
    Sound Card
    Onboard
    Monitor(s) Displays
    ViewSonic G90FB Black 19" Professional (CRT)
    Screen Resolution
    up to 2048 x 1536
    Hard Drives
    WD 36GB 10,000rpm Raptor SATA
    Seagate 80GB 7200rpm SATA
    Lite-On LTR-52246S CD/RW
    Lite-On LH-18A1P CD/DVD Burner
    PSU
    PC Power & Cooling Silencer 750 Quad EPS12V
    Case
    Generic Beige case, 80mm fans
    Cooling
    ZALMAN 9500A 92mm CPU Cooler
    Mouse
    Logitech Optical M-BT96a
    Keyboard
    Logitech Classic Keybooard 200
    Internet Speed
    100/100
    Browser
    Firefox 3.x ??
    Antivirus
    Symantec (Norton)
    Other Info
    Still assembled, still runs. Haven't turned it on for 13 years?

    http://www.xtremesystems.org/forums/showthread.php?183088-5000-B-E-on-M2N32-SLI-Dlx-Overclocked&p=2891724#post2891724

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Using Macrium Reflect...
Make a full OS image backup of the source machine.
Save the backup on an external drive, or large USB stick.
Create the Macrium Reflect bootable media on a USB stick.

Take the USB stick and the external drive (or large USB stick), to each destination machine, and use the Macrium bootable media to restore the backup, to each one.



As mentioned above... if all the machines, have identical hardware... then the Win 11 requirements issues are due to the BIOS settings.



/edit

If you are going to be maintaining 8 identical machines, you should have a decent external hard drive anyway.
This will make replicating any future software changes on the source machine or very large file transfers.... easy.


This is definitely the way to go.

The only possible issue I can think of is that even though pcs are supposedly identical, I have found in past, they sometimes use different internal components.

Assuming each pc boots after restart, OP should check device manager to see all component drivers are working ok.

As an aside, I think it is a scam when PC manufacturers make it a warranty exception if user changes drive which is even regarded by MS as a disposable commodity for purposes of activation. Using TOR screws is even worse!
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 10 Pro + others in VHDs
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    ASUS Vivobook 14
    CPU
    I7
    Motherboard
    Yep, Laptop has one.
    Memory
    16 GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Integrated Intel Iris XE
    Sound Card
    Realtek built in
    Monitor(s) Displays
    N/A
    Screen Resolution
    1920x1080
    Hard Drives
    1 TB Optane NVME SSD, 1 TB NVME SSD
    PSU
    Yep, got one
    Case
    Yep, got one
    Cooling
    Stella Artois
    Keyboard
    Built in
    Mouse
    Bluetooth , wired
    Internet Speed
    72 Mb/s :-(
    Browser
    Edge mostly
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    TPM 2.0

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Basically, I'm unable to remove a hard drive. It looks like one of the screws are covered by a Warranty Void sticker. Secondly, I don't have access to the necessary screwdriver to remove the hard drive. It looks like it has a star key
I don't think I've ever seen that before. What make of PC are they?
 

My Computers

System One System Two

  • OS
    Windows 11 Home
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Acer Aspire 3 A315-23
    CPU
    AMD Athlon Silver 3050U
    Memory
    8GB
    Graphics Card(s)
    Radeon Graphics
    Monitor(s) Displays
    laptop screen
    Screen Resolution
    1366x768 native resolution, up to 2560x1440 with Radeon Virtual Super Resolution
    Hard Drives
    1TB Samsung EVO 870 SSD
    Browser
    Edge, Firefox
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    fully 'Windows 11 ready' laptop. Windows 10 C: partition migrated from my old unsupported 'main machine' then upgraded to 11. A test migration ran Insider builds for 2 months. When 11 was released on 5th October it was re-imaged back to 10 and was offered the upgrade in Windows Update on 20th October. Windows Update offered the 22H2 Feature Update on 20th September 2022.

    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.

    My SYSTEM FOUR is a 2-in-1 convertible Lenovo Yoga 11e 20DA, Celeron N2930, 4GB RAM, 128GB ssd. Unsupported device: currently running Win10 Pro, plus Win11 Pro 22H2 RTM as a native boot vhdx.
  • Operating System
    Windows 11 Pro
    Computer type
    Laptop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Dell Lattitude E4310
    CPU
    i5 M 520
    Motherboard
    0T6M8G
    Memory
    4GB
    Screen Resolution
    1366x768
    Hard Drives
    500GB HDD
    Browser
    Firefox, Edge
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    unsupported machine: Legacy bios, MBR, TPM 1.2, upgraded from W10 to W11 using W10/W11 hybrid install media workaround. In-place upgrade to 22H2 using ISO and a workaround.

    My SYSTEM THREE is a Dell Latitude 5410, i7-10610U, 32GB RAM, 512GB ssd, Windows 11 Pro.

    My SYSTEM FOUR is a 2-in-1 convertible Lenovo Yoga 11e 20DA, Celeron N2930, 4GB RAM, 128GB ssd. Unsupported device: currently running Win10 Pro, plus Win11 Pro 22H2 RTM as a native boot vhdx.

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I would suggest using clonezilla to capture the disk but only after clearing out any user credentials and clearing up things like last file accessed history etc then run the sysprep in OOBE and Generalize with shutdown. once this is done do not let the machine boot up, instead use clonezilla to save the disk as an image and then you can deploy to other machines using clonezilla but this time use the restore disk option.
Just my 2 cents :)
 

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i would get system 1 up and running exactly the way you want. Then, I would run sysprep on that box to get rid of the SID's and set for the OOBE (Out of Box Experience). I would then take an image of the machine with a software of your choice.

Restore the images to systems 2 through 8, and then go through the out of the box experience to setup the few unique parts.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Beelink SEI8
    CPU
    Intel Core i5-8279u
    Motherboard
    AZW SEI
    Memory
    32GB DDR4 2666Mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel Iris Plus 655
    Sound Card
    Intel SST
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Asus ProArt PA278QV
    Screen Resolution
    2560x1440
    Hard Drives
    512GB NVMe
    PSU
    NA
    Case
    NA
    Cooling
    NA
    Keyboard
    NA
    Mouse
    NA
    Internet Speed
    500/50
    Browser
    Edge
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    Mini PC used for testing Windows 11.

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i would get system 1 up and running exactly the way you want. Then, I would run sysprep on that box to get rid of the SID's and set for the OOBE (Out of Box Experience). I would then take an image of the machine with a software of your choice.

Restore the images to systems 2 through 8, and then go through the out of the box experience to setup the few unique parts.
How would I restore? Would a Windows installation be required first? I've never used Sysprep but am willing to learn.
 

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    Windows 10
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    N/A
    CPU
    Intel Core i7-5960x
    Motherboard
    Rampage V Extreme
    Memory
    64GB RAM
    Graphics Card(s)
    EVGA GTX 980 SC'd

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How would I restore? Would a Windows installation be required first? I've never used Sysprep but am willing to learn.
 

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    Win7
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    i5-8400
    Motherboard
    ga b75m ds3h
    Memory
    2x8gb 3200mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    no thanks
    Hard Drives
    yes
    PSU
    bequiet pure power 11 400CM
    Case
    some old thing
    Cooling
    cryorig m9i

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The usual way is to capture the sysprepped os partition as a .wim file.

Then partition the target disk and apply the wim to the partition created for windows. Then populate the esp partition you created with bcdboot command.

The capture as wim , create partitions, apply image and create boot files can all be done with commands, but there is a useful tool created by jfx called winntsetup that makes it simpler.

 

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System One

  • OS
    Win7
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    i5-8400
    Motherboard
    ga b75m ds3h
    Memory
    2x8gb 3200mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    no thanks
    Hard Drives
    yes
    PSU
    bequiet pure power 11 400CM
    Case
    some old thing
    Cooling
    cryorig m9i

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This is probably the easiest way if you haven't done it before:

Capture the sysprepped os partition with dism or dism++ or wimlib, or gimagex or any number of other tools that can capture as a wim file

Save it as install.wim

Then replace the the original install.wim in the win 10 installation media sources folder with your captured version.

So the win 10 installation media is the same - except you have replaced sources\install.wim with your own version

Then do the regular win 10 installation setup routine and your captured image will be installed.
 
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System One

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    Win7
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    i5-8400
    Motherboard
    ga b75m ds3h
    Memory
    2x8gb 3200mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    no thanks
    Hard Drives
    yes
    PSU
    bequiet pure power 11 400CM
    Case
    some old thing
    Cooling
    cryorig m9i

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Dism++ makes capturing easy.



It can be run from another windows installation or from winpe with no extra dependencies.

Just select the os partition you want to capture in the top pane to highlight it in blue.

dism++capt1.jpg

Then click File > Save Image

dism++capt2.jpg

The details are automatically populated, all that is needed is to browse to where you want to save the wim

dism++capt3.jpg

I have chosen to save it as M:\Install.wim. Click Ok

dism++capt4.jpg


That'll do the job. There are optional exclusions, compression levels, etc if wanted under the Options > More settings tab
 

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System One

  • OS
    Win7
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    i5-8400
    Motherboard
    ga b75m ds3h
    Memory
    2x8gb 3200mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    no thanks
    Hard Drives
    yes
    PSU
    bequiet pure power 11 400CM
    Case
    some old thing
    Cooling
    cryorig m9i

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sysprep is really easy. You just run the following:
%WINDIR%\system32\sysprep\sysprep.exe /generalize /shutdown /oobe

Then the box will turn off. Boot from a Macrium recovery USB key, take an image of the drive to an external drive.

Then, take the external drive to the other boxes, boot off the Macrium recovery key, restore the image to the hard driver and then when it finishes, just boot up the computer and it will start up, ask you a few questions and it will be just like the machine you made the image from.
 

My Computer

System One

  • OS
    Windows 11 Pro
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    Manufacturer/Model
    Beelink SEI8
    CPU
    Intel Core i5-8279u
    Motherboard
    AZW SEI
    Memory
    32GB DDR4 2666Mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    Intel Iris Plus 655
    Sound Card
    Intel SST
    Monitor(s) Displays
    Asus ProArt PA278QV
    Screen Resolution
    2560x1440
    Hard Drives
    512GB NVMe
    PSU
    NA
    Case
    NA
    Cooling
    NA
    Keyboard
    NA
    Mouse
    NA
    Internet Speed
    500/50
    Browser
    Edge
    Antivirus
    Defender
    Other Info
    Mini PC used for testing Windows 11.

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It depends how it has been set up.

Has it been done in audit mode?

or there will the other user on there if that matters.

There are many advantages to the wim method, for example it is serviceable - updates, drivers and other changes can be made.
 

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System One

  • OS
    Win7
    Computer type
    PC/Desktop
    CPU
    i5-8400
    Motherboard
    ga b75m ds3h
    Memory
    2x8gb 3200mhz
    Graphics Card(s)
    no thanks
    Hard Drives
    yes
    PSU
    bequiet pure power 11 400CM
    Case
    some old thing
    Cooling
    cryorig m9i
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