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Imaging an iMac with Windows XP using boot camp

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Hi,

I need to create an image of an iMac that has Windows XP on using boot camp.  I will sysprep the Windows but I need some software to create an image so I can replicate for the rest of the suite.

Will Clonezilla work for this does anybody know?  That is what I use for Windows.  If not, can anybody recommend some software?  Preferably open source.

Thanks,
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Deploy Studio studio will do what you want.
http://www.deploystudio.com/Home.html
You can create an image from both your OS X partition and your Win partition. You can then deploy  to the new computers. It will create the partitions for you, and and image the new.
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