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OSD with Repartitioning

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OSD with Repartitioning

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Hello. I don't know whether the topic has been discussed here yet, but since the advanced search is undergoing some maintenance, I couldn't find what I needed.

The situation is that I plan reimaging of about 100 workstations with SMS 2003 that are in a domain. The current deployment wasn't done with SMS and all workstations have two partitions - C and D. After reimaging I'd like it to be only one partition, C, which occupies the whole disk space. And the question is how do I achieve this? It should be some script in the Preinstall phase I suppose but I'd be grateful if someone gave me more details about this kind of deployment. Thank you for you time and help in advance.

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Jordan Jordanov
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Faculty of German Engineering Education and Industrial Management
Technical University of Sofia, Bulgaria

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