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Deploying Windows 7
I'm rolling out Windows 7 to my small company, which is a non-profit, and I won't be setting up a deployment server...so keep that in mind.
In the past, with XP, I created a ghost image for each of my hardware devices, and stored them on a server. When I needed to reimage, I'd boot from a custom BartPE disc, access the server share, and use Ghost32 to pull down the image.
My older version of Ghost has issues with Windows 7, so I'm looking for a new bootable method. I don't want to use an external USB drive, as I'll be doing the upgrades clinic-style, meaning I'll have several going at once.
Would BartPE and Macrium Reflect be my best option? I am only rolling out Windows 7 x86, so the free version should be okay....or is there something better I should consider?
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