Is there a way to remotely format a machine and install the OS

Posted on 2007-08-08
Last Modified: 2015-12-18

Is there a way to remotely format a machine and install the OS.

Any software which can do this.
Easy to install and if any experts has checked them personally....
Question by:bsharath
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    Accepted Solution

    IF these are Windows Installs... 2000 or later.. and provided u have the necessary hardware..

    you might wanna use RIS (remote Installation services)

    read thru that link for further details
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    Expert Comment

    by:Malli Boppe
    You can use ghosting or create SOE image.
    Or use KVM switch which would let you connect remotely and install the OS.
    or if the Harware manafacturer lets you connect at Bios level.

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