@x23piracy The standard GPT layout has 4 partitions. System Reserved (boot), Microsoft thingy (can’t remember exactly), Recovery I think? and then the Windows partition.
Well after doing the convert from the articel i posted i have the layout below but where is the recovery partition you talk about? i want to make it like it will be after a normal install via uefi (gpt) but i need exactly how it needs to be.
@Tom-Elliott this is exactly what i do which is why i caused confusion when posting code regarding injecting drivers with “/fog” directory throwing ppl off lol. postdownloadscripts are only limited to your imagination, i honestly believe it’s very under-utilized. i even use it to update the snapin state to give a detailed progress of where it is at (using snapintaskstate plugin too) as i have one snapin script for all our builds, each snapin definition just has an argument set so the script knows what software to install, settings to set etc… essentially i only have to manage one image and one snapin otherwise if i had a snapin per software i’d be managing 100’s potentially 1000’s! although i guess this is where snapin packs comes in to play! i’d already got this setup before snapin packs where introduced. Can see the appeal to snapin packs and how useful they can be but rely on having the fog client and if you don’t use fog to manage existing systems can be the only downfall i guess.
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