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Cloning a whole classroom with FOG – photos


I’ve been sitting with these photos for a long time now. I took them when my colleague and I cloned our main computer lab a few months back. I thought it would be a nice idea to take some photos and show the power of FOG with multicasting. All 38 computers were being imaged at the same time, and thanks to a much improved network backbone, the speeds were much more constant. Enjoy!

IMG_0050 Computers PXE booting

IMG_0051Other half of the room

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A closer look at the info on screen

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Almost ready to go…

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Away they go…

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