MDT 2013/LTIApply/Windows10 Capture issue -- 'System reserved' partition gets letter

I'm trying to capture a reference image made from a base-level W10 install.  I know my problem is because the 'System reserved' partition keeps getting a letter, and MDT dumps the Windows PE into a 'System' partition, but then looks for the first lettered partition.  I've removed the letter and drive assignment multiple times, and my LTIApply.wsf script has been amended per TechNet articles, but the capture keeps failing for the same reason.  This also only happens on installs from local media (if I apply a base image from the network, and configure it, it will capture just fine).  Ideas?  I'm out of ideas and time.
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fxr1216Author Commented:
I ended up putting a clean W10 base-level image in MDT, and redoing the whole machine from scratch.  I couldn't find any solution, other than that.

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