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Making custom Windows 10 image

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Hey,

I'm trying to make a custom windows image with pre-installed software and user accounts.
What steps should I do to achieve this? I would want image as .wim file and with SID not messing up
 

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My signature has a link to making a better diag drive. and should cover what you want. The trick is to make sure to boot into sysprep and close the sysprep box.
 
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