I would like to find out how to create and restore a WIM image on the K2000 from a computer with multiple partitions.  The master computer has a the typical C:\ Type:NTFS, with D:\ Volume:Recovery, and E:\ Volume:System.  This is the original configuration for the laptop.  We'd like to preserve the partitions with the recovery volume.  What is the best way of doing this?

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Modify your diskpart script to create those partitions, and capture each partition from the source laptop.  You can duplicate the apply_wim.vbs tasks and modify the drive letter appropriately, so for that system image you would have three apply_wim.vbs tasks.

Just curious, why do you want to capture all of those partitions?

Answered 07/03/2013 by: nheyne
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