Deploy Windows 10 Winclone image with JAMF Pro / Casper

Overview and requirements This article covers the process of creating a macOS installer package of a Winclone image and deploying the package with the JAMF Pro.  Using Winclone 6’s package feature, it is easy to deploy Windows to a large number of Macs using JAMF Pro.  The basic steps covered are: Install Windows 10 on…

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Deploying a Bootcamp Partition with Winclone and Apple Remote Desktop

This article is for archive purposes. The current recommended method of mass deployment with ARD is using the package installer. Please refer to the package installer documentation. Overview You can use Apple Remote Desktop (ARD) to copy a Winclone image to a remote Mac, create an additional partition for Windows, and extract the Winclone image…

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Install Boot Camp Drivers

Open Boot Camp Assistant Boot Camp drivers can be downloaded to an external drive or burned to CD or DVD. This tutorial will explain how to install Boot Camp drivers by downloading to an external drive. Open Utilities -> Boot Camp Assistant. Unselect all options except “Download the latest Windows support sotfware from Apple”. Click…

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Update from SD Clone Beta

If you are receiving this dialog from SD Clone that says “Beta Period Ended”:     Current customers can download the most recent version of SD Clone here: http://twocanoes.com/redownload If you are currently using a free or trial version, you can update to a non-beta version here: http://twocanoes.com/products/mac/sd-clone#download-trial If you continue to have issues, please contact us…

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Force EFI mode for Package Installs in Winclone 6

You can force EFI mode with a package install by editing the postflight script in the package:  Create a package from a Winclone image as you normally would. Control-click on the package and select Show Package Contents In Contents->Resources, open postflight with a text editor. Change the following line : ./winclone –self-extract -p ${restore_device} 2>&1…

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Issue: Shrink and Expand Options do not appear in Winclone 6

In Winclone 6, we changed from Block-based imaging to File-based imaging based on the standard Windows WIM format.  You can read the specifics on the differences in the Block-based imaging versus WIM based imaging support article.  In File-based imaging, you do not need to shrink the filesystem prior to cloning, since Winclone does a File-based clone…

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High Sierra Boot Runner 2 Support

Boot Runner has been updated to support High Sierra. This support article covers the changes in Winclone 6 to support High Sierra: Support for APFS APFS is new filesystem that replaces HFS+.  APFS also replaces the volume manager from Core Storage to APFS.  Boot Runner 2 was updated to recognize APFS volumes as bootable Mac…

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High Sierra Winclone 6 Support

Winclone 6 has been updated to support High Sierra. This support article covers the changes in Winclone 6 to support High Sierra: Support for APFS APFS is new filesystem that replaces HFS+.  APFS also replaces the volume manager from Core Storage to APFS.  While Windows is not aware of APFS, a Boot Camp partition must…

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