My suggestion, when it comes to how your everyday capturing process should look, is to not run all four test steps in the test procedure discussed in the Effective test procedures section. As most of your packages will run just fine, always running all the test steps is not needed. Your capturing process should support troubleshooting if needed but be as efficient as possible.
Your typical capturing process is as follows:
Capture the application.
Perform the Dirty Test.
Running the Dirty Test will verify if the application can run virtualized at all.
Investigate the sandbox (get to know the application).
Delete the sandbox; this will show if any processes are being left behind running.
If the previous steps are successful, do a snapshot of your virtual machine (you might need to return to it for performing the Washed Test).
Conduct a Production environment Test.
On failure, go back to the snapshot created in step 3 and run the Washed and Clean tests.