Ok, I see the option to add additional disks during the VM creation wizard. Is there no way to remove those disks after the VM has been created, or for that matter change other VM settings such as CPU, memory, and virtual networking? I realize all of that can be done within Hyper-V, but I wasn't sure if that was Macrium's official guidance, and that still wouldn't allow adding
a disk hosted in a Reflect image after it was initially created. I guess I was just expecting a "VM settings" interface somewhere.
On a related note, on this most recent test where I chose to include my Data partition image backup on the VM (which came from a GPT source disk, if that matters), while viBoot's VM creation progress bar was being displayed, I saw a standard Windows prompt to format a disk. I chose to cancel it, and the VM was created successfully, but that prompt did NOT appear on earlier tests when I was only mounting my "system" image. I've seen at least one other thread here about unexpected format prompts in viBoot, but if memory serves, that thread had a reply from a Macrium staff member that it had been fixed in a viBoot version that has already been released. I would of course be happy to furnish logs if they would help troubleshoot this. I'm on V7.0.2199.
Good to know log localization is already going to be fixed, and the option to disable auto-start is admittedly minor. Thanks as always!