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I have/had the same problem, but I remembered from a different sysprep issue that sysprep executes those DLL's because they are mentioned in a registry location. That location is this:
Obviously the usual precautions are necesary when editing the registry.
If you really have uninstalled MSE, remove the DLL that is the culprit, in this case the one that is mentioned in the log:
c:\Program Files\Microsoft Security Client\MSESysprep.dll
Just another uninstaller not properly cleaning up after itself :(
How hard can it be?
Anyway, probably too late for you, but for the benefit of others at least.
I'll report back if this _didn't_ work.
Edit: It did work, sysprep runs fine again now :)
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