SCCM 2012 OSD with Multiple Drive letters using StandAlone Media

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    Hey guys I have a client who is required to partition their Windows 8.1 installation in three different partitions:

    C: (OS Partition)

    d: (SQLData Partition)

    E: (Client Data Partition)

    G: (CD-ROM)

    I Already know that I should not use multiple drives for OSD but this is the requirement I have been given…

    When I deploy my TS through PxE or USB Bootable Media all the drives are labeled correctly… C,D and E but if I Use Standalone USB Media then I end up with C, E and F and G as CDRom. I know that WinPE assigns a drive letter to the usb stick usually d: but not always so how can I set the USB Standalone media to act the same way as PxE and Usb Boot Media? is there a way to have PE set the USB drive to drives latter in the alphabet? s, t or w? So that once the deployment is complete the os Drive is c: the data drive is D and the maps drive is e:…

    PS I don’t care what PE is doing in PE I care that the OS has labeled the drives incorrectly…

    Please help

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