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No. From my understanding of the question, the author wants to know if we can save a site template containing it's subsites. There are many workarounds (backup, export, individual templates), and I believe Tom has layed down some very good approach(es). However, site templates are saved independently for each site (web), and not even PowerShell can ...
Yes. It is possible using PowerShell. First, create site templates for the sub-sites. Then use the New-SPWeb cmdlet to create the parent, then the sub-sites from the templates. Keep in mind you must use the GUID of the template. Keep in mind that site templates are only one of many options for provisioning new sites. The new WebTemplate method in 2010 may ...
There are a few ways to edit a site template (wsp), all of which involve: changing the extension do .zip extract the contents make your changes recompile the zip set extension back to wsp In-depth details here: http://sharepointroot.com/2010/07/07/editing-contents-of-a-wsp-sharepoint/
Delete the workflow on the lists before attempting to save as template. Be careful though -- you will need to re-create the workflow (as a reusable workflow) so be sure you have it documented.
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