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#REDIRECT [[QA:Testcase_partitioning_guided_delete_all]]
|description=This test case tests the installer's ability to reclaim used space and use the anaconda recommended partition defaults.
# Start with a disk containing any combination of free space and previously created partitions. The free space itself should not be enough to install Fedora.
# Boot the installer using any available means
# Make sure your disk is not set to be encrypted
# Select the appropriate disk, and continue installation
# Use the "Reclaim Space" dialog to select partitions to be used (delete option)
# Finish the instlalation, choosing all provided defaults
# Anaconda should prompt for an existing partition(s) to reclaim
# Aaconda should successfully use the selected partition(s)
# The system should install successfully
# After install, the system initiates boot properly

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