Ok, simply put, I work in the IT department at my college and I opened my mouth how disk imaging is my favorite method of backing up and how simple it has become. Since then, my supervisor has placed on me the task of finding the best solution of making one image for each unique computer (for example, each computer lab has identical computers. He wants one image per lab but each lab does not have the same computers) and a way to deploy images via network in the event of a virus (they tend to stay in one lab or the library) or some other event requiring reinstalling the OS (XP on 90% of the campus.) One problem I run into is the SID. I can image computers that are not on a domain all day long with no problems what so ever. What is the best way of using FOG (it seems the best solution so far) and cloning these workstations and being able to re-deploy to multiple PC's without the SID problem? Some one suggested removing the host PC (the one that is copied for the clone) and then broadcasting, then having each computer re-join the domain. Is this correct? I would normally try it, but i dont wanna screw up a whole lab and have to fix my error the hard way.
Sorry for the long post, but I am sure someone on here can provide me with the answer I need.