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# 105785 10-Jul-2012 16:25
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Hello,

We have a couple of small overseas based offices and I would like them to be able to boot off a USB stick that contains our latest build.
Reason being if they ever have a major malfunction where I need to reinstall the OS it would save a lot of time for them to load the image froma  USB stick we have prepared rather tan have them continue to mail the hardware back and forth.

What product or system would allow me to do this?


Thank you,
Steve.

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  # 653634 10-Jul-2012 16:33
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The Microsoft Deployment Toolkit has everything you need: http://www.microsoft.com/en-us/download/details.aspx?id=25175



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  # 653794 10-Jul-2012 22:43
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Awesome! thank you for that nudge in the right direction.

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