Does anyone have formal documentation and or work flow for imaging a OSX partition and a Boot Camp (NTFS Partition) at the same time?
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Well, before Leopard came out I was using boot camp (which is now
discontinued for Tiger and a part of Leopard) beta and Mike Bombich's
netrestore with a net boot server. I had two images, one windows image
and one OS X image. I used Bombich's scripts to partition the HD 60%
hfs+ 40% ntfs (via ntfs.progs on my image) and then the script would
image the OS X side, and post script would pull down the Windows XP
image. It worked flawlessly and I just used his prebuilt scripts and
modified them to fit my needs.
Now, with Leopard out and Apple discontinuing boot camp for Tiger, I ran
into some issues and ended up just using a free application called
WinClone, that I found off of versiontracker. You can't netboot it, but
once you create the image, it literally takes about 6 minutes to pop in
the DVD (that you create) and run the app and toss your windows image on
I have yet to deploy Leopard or even try boot camp in Leopard.