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There are at least 3 ways I can see to convert a physical machine to a virtual machine using Macrium Reflect, and a fourth way that doesn't use Reflect. I'm having a difficult time distinguishing among them. Please help me out.
1- In Reflect I can go to Other Tasks > Convert Image to VHD, which uses the ImgToVHD utility.
2- I can use Macrium ViBoot.
3- I can follow the knowledgebase article "Converting a Physical Machine to a Virtual Machine"
How do these methods differ from each other?
And why use Reflect at all if I can:
4- Go to Windows Disk Management > Actions > Create VHD
Surely I'm missing something (perhaps a good night's sleep.) What is the difference among these four methods?