Signing Packages with Winclone

Winclone 8 (or later) has the ability to sign packages created with Winclone for deployment of Winclone images. Winclone packages are bundle-type packages, so they must be signed with an Apple developer certificate. To sign a Winclone package: Obtain a developer certificate by signing up for a developer plan at developer.apple.com Install the developer certificate…

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Using Command Line to Restore Winclone Pro Image

Create a new image or use an already created image with Winclone Pro.  Use Disk Utility to create a new partition if one does not already exist.  Open Terminal and run the command “diskutil list”.  Under NAME find your Windows partition then confirm the last number in “disk0sx” under IDENTIFIER. In Terminal, type “cd “, then drag your image into Terminal and run the command….

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Creating, Customizing, and Deploying Winclone Packages Using Winclone Pro

Winclone 8 Pro makes it easy to create, customize and deploy Windows packages to Boot Camp partitions. Winclone 8 Pro makes it easy to create a Winclone package either from a SysPrep’ed image or from a WIM file on a Windows installation ISO. The image can be customized during deployment to set the computer name, create user accounts, run scripts, install drivers and much more. This documents explains how to create, customize and deploy a Winclone package using Winclone 8 Pro.

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