mausger wrote:Hi guys.
Why shrinking or creating recovery partitions?
Just do it like it is done in Symantec system Recovery.
They just copy the Recovery Environment to a folder called SRD (System Recovery Disk) and create a windows boot menu entry for the recovery environment using bcdedit.
So you simple get an additional start menu entry when booting the machine. One for the OS and one for the Recovery Environment.
This works fine an is not a problematic change of the system like changing partitions.
In Symantec System Recovery this feature ist called "LightsOut Restore" which can be installed after installation of the product from within the GUI.
This would be great to have, because in many cases you don´t have your Recovery Media with you.
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