Capture multiple partitions with imagex or gimagex.

Posted on 2010-01-07
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I am trying to find a way to capture a server image that has a C: and D: drive with imagex or gimagexm, both are on the same array.  when i use gimagex it only lets me choose a drive letter as the source, not the whole drive. any ideas?
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I told our imaging guys to just capture seperate images. i also create a diskpart script that will create multiple partitions on the hard drive before the wim is applied. works like a charm. it's not as good as ghost but its free.
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