- Then upload the image by clicking on the upload button.
You can choose any of the following options to upload the image.
Important: Please make sure that you have sharing enabled on client as well as server. Windows 10 upload uses a shared folder to make the image thus if sharing is disabled the upload will fail.
Auto Upload :
- Before starting share a folder on the image disk which can be access from client PC. For this tutorial, "CCBootShare" folder in the writeback disk is shared and accessible from the client PC (Figure 5).
- Once Upload Image button is clicked, Fill the shared folder path like "\\192.168.1.254\ccbootshare" and click on the Auto Upload button (Figure 6).
- Then the image will be uploaded to the specified folder i.e. CCBootShare (You can find this folder on the writeback disk and is called “SteamData” on the server).
Manual Upload :
- After clicking on the upload image button and click on the manual upload button (Figure 7).
- Choose all hidden partitions and uncheck "Use vhdx" in this case will create a .vhd image. Then choose the path where the image will be uploaded and press the "Create" button (Figure 7).
- Then the image will be uploaded to the shared folder.
Note: For Windows 10 image Upload, please make sure that sharing is working between client and server.