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Re-imaging multiple computers

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#1 shortN


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Posted 20 May 2014 - 09:06 AM

Hello everyone.

1st technical question post.

So i'm a small IT department which is still kinda growing.

My newest hurdle is dealing with the amount of computers we are having to setup.

So my question is.

How can i re-image multiple computers at once. I don't have a server that i could use to push the image.

I would probably have to be able to do this at my desk. But if i could image like 5 desktops/laptops at one time, that would be a huge help.

any ideas?


also, sorry if this is the wrong thread.

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#2 sakuul


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Posted 21 May 2014 - 12:31 AM

just make one master and just keep cloning the HDD of that one system, there are plenty of programs you can use depending on os, ex Ghost, acronis or even system rescue cd linux distro.

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 02:20 PM

How are you setting the computers up now?


Is there a cost consideration?  If so I recommend Clonezilla.  Clonezilla isn't as friendly as the pay software, but works well enough if you don't have a budget to work with.


What operating system are you using?


Do you have an image already created?

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