Windows 10: Account issues when using Sysprep

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  1.    22 Aug 2016 #11

    I appreciate the apology Kari, and I want to make sure you understand that I greatly appreciated (and continue to Appreciate) your knowledge and skill on this and other topics.

    I also do not mean to come off as saying "you're wrong", and do not mean to insult you (although I seem to have a knack for unintentionally doing so). Please do not take my comments to be insults, I just like to make sure the information is as correct and complete as possible.
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       22 Aug 2016 #12

    We are good as far as I'm concerned. My temper and exaggerated passion for this topic makes me behave as an idiot.

    Kari
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