I did this successfully, and the restoration worked. However, Windows does not appear as an option when restarting or in Startup Disk. EFI boot is an option when restarting (boots to a blank screen). Here are the steps I took next.
Disabled SIP by booting into recovery mode and executing “csrutil disable” in the Terminal.
Successfully re-restored the bootcamp partition from the Winclone image.
Made the partition bootable in legacy mode, because it is a Windows 7 installation.
Restarted with the option key. Windows appears as an option.
From there I experienced exactly what natalica has:
"After it finished, I attempted to boot and got:
“This is not a bootable disk. Please insert a bootable floppy and press any key to try again.”
I then restarted into OS X again and tried Tools-> Make EFI bootable.
When I restart the computer again holding down the option key I get as my options EFI & Mac OS X (no Windows). When I select EFI, it just hangs on a black screen.
If I go back to Winclone and try Tools-> Make Legacy bootable I get back to the above “not a bootable disk” error."
My hardware is different from theirs: iMac 27 inch, late 2012, single 750 GB internal SSD (with macOS High Sierra 10.13.6, ), and has not changed since I bought the Mac.
Is it best to forego Winclone and start from scratch though Bootcamp? I’d rather not re-install $24000 worth of software into Windows, but that’s mostly from ego and past success (and optimism) with Winclone.