A full feature trial version is available for testing for organizations with a large number of Macs. This is not an automated process and the software is not sent automatically after submitting the form.
With Intel-based, dual-boot Macs, you get amazing hardware and the ability to select macOS or Windows. With Winclone 10 Enterprise, you can image Windows to Macs using standard Microsoft enterprise tools. Our software makes it easy to deploy Macs with Boot Camp in education and business environments.
Winclone Enterprise enables you to use your IT organization’s current infrastructure to deploy Windows on Mac hardware. It’s simple to install a Winclone package that either images Windows directly to a Boot Camp partition or boots the Mac into a WinPE environment. It’s equally simple to run Task Sequences to fully image Windows onto the Mac.
If your Mac users are remote, Winclone Enterprise supports image customization that will fully configure and set up Windows on their machines. With numerous customization options, Winclone Enterprise is the perfect pair for your organization’s deployment needs.
Winclone 10 is Ventura-ready. Since Winclone 9, all versions of Winclone handle macOS 11.0 or later needs for Boot Camp cloning, migrating, package deployment, MDT, and SCCM. To keep with the sleek look of macOS, Winclone 10 also includes a cleaner design to match.
With the new Quick Install feature, you can eliminate hassle when installing Windows on your Mac’s Boot Camp partition. Simply select a Windows ISO, a driver folder, and a target volume: in just a few minutes, Winclone 10 will take care of installation. Best of all, it takes less than 5 minutes! Afterwards, just use the Mount Read/Write feature to add Boot Camp’s Windows Support, complete Boot Camp installer on the Windows partition, and you’re up-and-running in Windows, even Windows 11!
Since Winclone 9, all versions of Winclone provide Boot Camp driver injection, including Winclone Pro and Winclone Enterprise. With driver injection, your Winclone images will include critical drivers for SSD, keyboard, trackpad, and other hardware when needed. You can confidently apply your Winclone image to a broader array of hardware configurations.
Winclone Pro Software with licensing for 50 Macs (additional licenses available)
Boot Camp partition creation
Client Management support
1 year of Software Support and Upgrades
All the features of Winclone Pro plus:
Enterprise Integration Support
Windows pre-boot environment
MDT/SCCM Task Sequence Deployment
Licensing abilities for 200+ Macs
Winclone 10 Pro can create a package installer, make a Boot Camp partition, or even restore a Winclone image to the new partition, all with Package-Based Deployments. Packages made in Winclone are deployable using any client management system that utilize macOS packages in deployment. If you can install a package, you can deploy a Boot Camp partition.
Winclone Packages can deploy fully set up and configured Windows images, base images that configure on first run, or a WinPE environment to image and configure using standard Microsoft tools.
The Gold Master Workflow starts with a Windows 10 install via Boot Camp assistant. Once Windows is installed, the OS is configured, programs are installed, and System Preparation (SysPrep) is run to prepare for deployment.
A Winclone 10 image is taken of the Boot Camp partition, with a Winclone 10 package created from the image. Additional resources such as naming, driver installation, and first run scripts are also included in the package. This package is then deployed through any macOS client management system. During the package installation, a Boot Camp partition can be created. The image is then restored and resources copied.
On first boot of Windows, the resources, drivers, and programs are set up and configured.
The WIM Import Workflow is similar to the Gold Master Workflow, but the initial image is imported to a Winclone image from a WIM file on Windows 10 install media. The rest of the workflow is identical to the Gold Master Workflow.
The MDT/SCCM Workflow uses Microsoft infrastructure to deploy Boot Camp. A Windows Pre-Boot environment ISO and WIM are created using Microsoft Deployment Workbench (MDT). A Winclone 10 image is created from the ISO and WIM files using the Import WIM files feature in Winclone 10. A Winclone 10 package is created from this image, with the package then deployed to target Macs.
When the package is installed, a Boot Camp partition is created and the image is restored. On reboot, the Macs boot a WinPE environment into memory; an image from the Deployment Share is then applied to the Boot Camp partition.
With increased focus on security, signed installer packages can be required in some environments. Using a certificate issued by Apple, Winclone 10 can sign Winclone packages for easy deployments.
See how easy it is to use Winclone Pro or Enterprise to image Boot Camp using standard Microsoft tools! Using the Microsoft Deployment Workbench in the Microsoft Deployment Toolkit, we walk through how the Mac is imaged by deploying a WinPE image with a Winclone package.
Winclone 8 is used in this video, but the process works just as easily using Winclone 10.
Need Winclone for previous versions of macOS or Windows? Get a legacy version. For requirements of past versions, please read Winclone System Requirements. View Upgrading Winclone for information on how to upgrade from an earlier version of Winclone to Winclone 10.