when you mean multiple partitions are you referring to laying down a C: drive and a D: drive for data? or do you mean something like a dual boot image where multiple partitions are actually being utilized?
Sorry that I did not explain fully. The partitions are for using C and D drive with Windows based Operating systems (XP / 2003 / 7).
LDMS 8.8; Image X; WinPE 2.0
im still a little confused, sorry. is there data in the D: partition? or when you lay down your image you have c: drive (windows), d: drive (data)(empty)
There is data on the D drive. There are some install folders \ program files etc.
I see, i'm not too familiar with imagex. but i see it does have it's limitations. I use imagew, which this scenrio is very easy to do. I guess one way you could go about it is capture 2 seperate images. 1 of c drive, 1 of d drive. then during your OSD script you would lay down c: drive wim, use diskpart to create the d partition and then lay down the d drive wim to the d drive.
if i can find a better solution for you, I'll def. report back...