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We want to test Acronis in our lab for deploying images to a variety of different (but very similar() hardware platforms. Is Snap Deploy the product I need?

We would create the 'golden image' at HQ and then allow access to the image via a network share - the remote sites would download to a local share and then use to deploy. Most sites do not have experienced Sys Admin so I want to make this as dead simple as possible. Deploying Win7 and Server 2008 R2.
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Yes, this is exactly the software yiu need.
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Yes, Snap deply is what you want and like you said can be done this way and is simple.
We been using Acronis in our Site for years.

http://www.acronis.com/en-us/business/enterprise-solutions/image-deployment/

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