blcarson Absent Member.
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Imaging with Multiple Partitions

I am currently using ZCM 10.3.0 and about to upgrade to ZCM 11.2. I haven't had any success imaging computers with multiple partitions as they come from the manufacturer so I have always wiped the hard drive and built a clean single partition before imaging. We recently acquired 83 laptops (Lenovo ThinkPad T420) that came with multiple partitions and no separate Windows reinstallation disk (Win 7 SP 1 64 bit), only the restore media you have to burn which will then restore to the factory image. My question is, can anyone verify that ZCM 11.2 will successfully image these machines with their multiple partitions (i.e, utility, OS, Restore) since I have no way to build a single partition?
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