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#1 Re: Usage » Multiple Partition (Bootcamp) with APFS » 2018-01-24 16:29:13

I notice that there have been a good amount people reading this so I will just put what I learn here doing this myself in hopes that A: I am retarded and someone wants to point out that it works better in a different way. or B: I actually get it to work and this helps someone else.
so far I have had a hard time getting the drive to allow the second partition if I format the APFS first. If I format the drive in fat first and then partition off the equal amount of needed space to install the Mac OS and the windows OS it seems to take. I am not able to get the Windows image to work but the process completes giving me hope that A: I am slightly new and slightly retarded.
Hope this helps

#2 Usage » Multiple Partition (Bootcamp) with APFS » 2017-12-28 16:30:58

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I am guessing this is no longer an option but thought I would ask. I was able to create Masters of both partitions (OS X and Windows)  but the issue seems to be the format and that it will not let me place the windows partition first and then OS X partition after. I have the standard Mac image we plan to use working just fine and I am just experimenting with the dual boot options and looks like I might still need to do that part manually.

Any tips or suggestions that you might have Please let me know.

#3 Usage » looking at possibly implementing this software, need more information. » 2017-12-06 21:23:53

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I have beed reading on the internet and I have been reading on this forum for a few days. I found a guide dated 2011 and a quick install that is dated 2015. I have been reading the forum and notice that there is a process to follow to get this software to work at least partly, is that documented in a different thread? Are there any modern articles to read that discuss the successes found or something. most of the things I have found for this software are ranging from 2009 - 2015. I know that someone mentioned Jamf, I reached out to ask some questions one time and they still email me like champs. I just need more than what I am reading to give me a warm fuzzy that says "yeah, I should use this."

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