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Any differences between ZEN 10 and ZEN 11 imaging engines?

Hi all,
Is there any difference in imaging engines between ZEN 10 and ZEN 11? If so what? Is Windows 7 imaging support different?

I ask because I have two management zones, one ZEN 10 and on ZEN 11 and I'm looking to image W7 consistently with one version or the other. Is it possible to have the ZEN 11 server dump images to a share on the ZEN 10 server? Referral lists are not what i'm looking to do.

Thanks in advance.
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I'm GUESSING here.

ZCM 11 image engine might have newer drivers for some of the newer hardware (although if you're at the latest 10.3.x it's probably got what you need)

I would think that you could use the newer engine (I mean nothing stops you from using the ZCM 11 "CD/DVD" to image a ZCM 10 machine--or so I think).

Rumor has it that there's some upcoming speed improvements for imagining (ie, "writing/creating" an image).
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