I have been wondering for some time now whether this thread has been picked up by Macrium. I could see that it had been read by two Macrium employees, but no reply was posted, which is in contrast with my past experience. I already planned to remind Macrium to follow up on this thread, when I was surprised today to see that Nick responded
in another thread stating that the location of all PE downloads was changed to C\boot\macrium.
Oon the same day I wrote this thread I also started another one
about the WinPE 10 boot.wim always being build. On that topic I have not received any response up till today either.
I would appreciate it if Macrium in response to a bug report at least acknowledges having read a post and telling what the situation is or that something is going to be investigated. I have invested a large part of a day investigating these two possible bugs, in order to try to give as detailed as possible information in order to make troubleshooting easier. In the past few months I have already reported and contributed to the resolution of at least 9 bugs. I always found the communication with Macrium very good, which is why I am willing to invest my time in troubleshooting and reporting possible bugs. Therefore, I was/am surprised that I have not received any response. Moreover, the answer I was looking for was posted 10 days later in Nick’s post in the other thread, not this one. Hopefully this is just this time. I am normally (very) patient when it comes to fixing a bug, but I would like to receive a reply that my report has been picked up so I know that my message has arrived. Like I said, I sometimes invest quite a bit of time troubleshooting an issue in order to be as detailed as possible to make it as easy as possible for Macrium to reproduce and troubleshoot.
With regard to this topic about the location of the PE repository: I think it would be better to include such a location change in the release notes. That would have saved me quite a bit of time, thinking that this was a bug, while it was a deliberate change. Also, this change is a deviation from the information in the manual and IMO already for that reason it has to be made known somewhere, before the manual is updated.