first of all, sorry if I ask something that maybe has already been dealt.
This is my question (or what I'd like to do if possible).
I have a N number of PC (same hardware and software configuration). These PCs are completely unmanaged, they are connected to TVs to display info and videos using a dedicated software. So very easy stuff.
Whit Landesk provisioning I've already created a template that normalize the partition so that at the end I have 2 partions: C: and R: for OS and Recovery,
What I'd like to do is to save a backup (iso or wim o "ghost like") of the OS in partition R: so that in the future, in case of problem, I can rebuild the system in minutes.
Is it possible? And if yes, how?
One of the solutions we were considering is to build and then distribute a wim image. But it generates a huge bandwidth overload as the system has to download N wim images on the N PCs.
Could be possible to create the backup locally?
thanks in advance for the help.