Date: Thu, 06 Jun 2002 15:14:43 -0400

Author: Michael Timmins

Subject: Re: Computer Lab Management

Post:

If you're into Linux, I use a program called BPBatch (www.bpbatch.org) on a
linux server go ghost out win98 machines.

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On Thursday 06 June 2002 02:54 pm, Robert L. Jackson wrote:
> Tappers,
>
> Here at WSU we have six computerized rooms that we use for undergraduate
> laboratories. Three rooms populated with PC machines and the other three
> with Mac's. My question to you is, what type of software/hardware do you
> use to maintain the state of your machines, and/or to redeploy systems and
> programs in the event of a crash. We are looking for solution that will
> save us from having to re-install the OS and individual programs
> one-by-one.
>
> Thx in advance.
>
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> Robert L. Jackson
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> Department of Physics http://www.physics.wsu.edu
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