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Deploy ISO linux boot image via Altiris

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I have a linux boot image which when booted connects a client to a server that wipes hard drives. As I have a lot of machines I need to to wipe on a daily basis I want to use something like Altiris or similar.
I have an Altiris server 6.9 up and running but am unsure how to get this image in place. Is there a better windows alternative that could do this? something like windows deployment server maybe?
If anyone has specific steps to get the image onto altiris that would also be great
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You already have a deployment server so no need to use another use that one.



Check below links for the uses of ISO and deployment :
http://www.codework-systems.com/installing-altiris-deployment-solution-69-time/
http://www.slideshare.net/mpruett/windows-7-deployment-using-altiris-deployment-solution-69-sp4
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