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We have several smaller satelitte offices in our company that trying to deploy an image over the network is way too time consuming. We have two different laptop models that we primarily use and have created separate images for each model. I know it is possible to create a bootable USB image from the images uploaded to the K2000, but does anyone know if it's possible to put multiple images on one USB drive and then have the ability to select which image to restore in the boot utility?
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Do you know if this is a feature that would potentially be added in future?
Answered 05/24/2011 by: dballon
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dballon -Any reason you couldn't use an RSA at the remote sites?
Answered 05/25/2011 by: cblake
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Whilst this is not a K2000 solution, there is a way to do this using Win PE.

You could build a Win PE boot disk and just modify it to run imagex automatically at boot by modifying the startup script.
Then you could copy the image to the local USB and ship the USB out to site.

That could be a workaround until this feature pops up on the K2?
Answered 09/18/2011 by: jlau
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