with the brief time that i have messed around with imagex, i was under the impression that it does not do multiple partiton captures. Since it was file based image operation you would have to caputure a .wim file of the system recoverypartiton, then a .wim file of the system partition. Then to deploy you would have to create the system recovery partition and the system partition and then deploy system recovery.wim to c:\ then system to d:\ then edit BCD to boot correctly.
That was just my experience with it, there could have been easier ways but I decided not to pursue it any further and moved to sector based imaging (which LANDesk provides) and made my life easier...
This is a old question but I had the same thing happen when I tryed Imagex imaging in Landesk ver 9.5. I am answering this because someone else may test Imagex imaging. This is what I've found in research and testing.
Imagex is very simplistic. It only captures 1 partition. For example on a windows 7 machine you might have a recovery partition(the bootable part) and a system (has the OS on it). You can capture the OS partitiuon then capture the recovery partition making 2 seperate .wim images.
However it is not necessary to capture the recovery partition. I only captured the system (OS) partition. In making the capture script, make sure you set it for 2 (as the C drive) and let landesk do the rest. It will capture as a .wim file.
On the deploy side in Pre OS installation I have the following:
Clean Drive (Remove all Partitions)
Make Active Partition
In OS Installation I had the following:
Map to imaging tool
Map to Image file
Note: I could not get Deploy Image to work so I went with Execute File.
Somewhere I read you have to have the 100m recovery partition if you use encryption. You can add a second group of Partition Actions to make a 100M partition to have 2 partitions.
The only reason I got into Imagex is because some of our computers have smaller harddrives within the same model and our manufacturer is replacing under warranty, with smaller then original harddrives. You can capture with imagex on any size harddrive and put it on any size harddrive.(this is automatic, there are no switches for this.)
Hope this helps someone else.