Create Winclone Image from WIM in Winclone 8 or later

WIM is a common format Windows uses to distribute files and folders in a single, compressed archive. Winclone can import a Windows WIM file, such as an install.wim, from Windows install media and save to a Winclone image. “Select WIM” will open a standard macOS open dialog to select a WIM file. A WIM file…

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Mount Read/Write in Winclone 8

macOS can mount an NTFS partition as Read/Write, but it does not support extended attributes or security descriptors. Use this option to deploy files and scripts to an NTFS volume for deployment or occasional use. “Select Volume” will show any currently attached volume that is NTFS formatted and has Windows installed. When “Mount” button is…

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Create Package with Winclone 8

Create Package In Winclone, “Create Package” will create a package that contains the selected image; this package will restore Windows. You can set options on how the partition is selected when restoring or how the Boot Camp partition is created. Both the time the partition is created and its size will be defined with the…

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Selecting Winclone Pro or Winclone Pro Enterprise

Winclone Pro and Winclone Pro Enterprise both include the macOS application Winclone Pro. However, the licensing and support for the software is different. Winclone Pro Winclone Pro includes support for all the features in Winclone, including package creation, post-install setup, and WIM import. Winclone Pro provides the features for importing WinPE to use in MDT…

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Preparing Windows for Deployment with Winclone Pro

When mass deploying Windows onto dual-boot Macs where a Microsoft infrastructure is available, it is recommend that you prepare a base image of Windows 10 (this base image will be deployed to the dual boot Macs). It is then recommended use the Microsoft services (such as SCCM) to set up and configure Windows once deployed….

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