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While I'm not clear on the difference between Scale to Fit and Scale to Target, I understand they are used when the target drive is larger than the drive from which an image was created with IFL. If I have an image from a 500GB drive but there is only 100GB of data, is there a way to Shrink to Fit a 250GB target drive?
So there's no Shrink to Fit? If I have a 540GB Source that I want to replace with a 480GB Target, I'm currently using BIBM to shrink the 540GB partition, using IFL to image the drive, using IFL to restore the image to the Target, and then using BIBM to resize the partition to the full drive size. I'm trying to save some steps, but if I understand your example, there is no other way to do what I'm doing.
It basically works the same way, but see https://www.terabyteunlimited.com/kb/kb ... partition/