Hi, I just recently got my first remote PC booting W10 residing on the WS2012R2 machine. Now I need to get the images setup for multiple PCs. As mentioned in a previous post, I am using an iSCSI vhdx target, but if I need to use one or more different image formats, that should be no problem. I just don't understand enough to extrapolate the software build for my needs:
- up to 60 identical client PCs simultaneously booting diskless to same server
- ideally to be able to install programs anywhere, that will appear for every client
- i have a feeling this will require 60 o/s images, but installing software or making changes on one client needs to be reflected on all other clients somehow
- possibly will need the ability to create and write-access user profiles & associated data directories that can be logged into any client PC
Can I achieve this with just vhdx images? or am I constraining myself by using this format?
I am willing to build a setup to network load the o/s to client RAM, if they can install programs to a network disk.