I'm developing an Windows 7 image for deploying onto a bunch of computers.
As I install the software, I like to take a snapshot from time to time in case one piece of software makes a mess of things.
Traditionally, I've done this by booting into a PE and taking a ghost image. But this seems like a waste of time when there is something better available - namely Volume Shadow Copy.
Problem is, I'm not sure how to use it properly. In a virtualised environment (which I can not use in this case), I would just take a snapshot whenever I wanted, and merge snapshots where necessary. In Linux, I would use LVM snapshots.
How would I do this in Windows 7?