autounattend.xml disk configuration

Erik Wold 27 Reputation points

Hi, Is there anyway to partition disk in the "new" recommended way with WSIM? The new recommendation is to have the recovery partition in the end with the windows partition to the left. However, this configuration can't be made as the partition to extend must be at the end. How are you guys doing this in an automated way with autounattend.xml? Recommended: Par 1: EFI Par 2: MSR Par 3: Windows Par 4: Recovery

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  1. Teemo Tang 11,361 Reputation points

    The following tutorial shows the partitioning in answer file, follow it to configure your autounattend.xml.


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  2. Erik Wold 27 Reputation points

    Thank you. This uses the old recommendation for disk layout, not the new config starting in 20H1 with recovery partition in the end. There is no way to configure the disk correctly with recovery partition in the end in wsim.