I could figure out how load my Live OS on a hard drive, this could work very well also. Is this possible? How would I achieve this?
See Uelsk8s which you agreed with. Start remastering a LiveCD and go until you
With the way that I setup my AD environment, using logon script, most of the files that are used in production are on the server including the user profile docs.
I expected that answer which is why I posted it. This is an area that can be a problem in
implementing. A couple of areas that can be problems are the file permissions. Linux in
general does not use ACL's. The filesystem has additional sticky bits UID and GID. EXT3
and probably EXT4 are able to be setup to have ACL's.
The next problem is about the amount of USB writes, I can assume you have some type of backup
plan in place?
I am an IT consultant and I manage various sites and I am looking for a non-Micro$oft solution.
I missed commenting on this one. Are your customers looking for that type of solution?
I have tried both of the Live CD's, Standard and SOHO, and even though I like the SOHO better it does not work on all the different computers that I have.
Usually you will find it is a kernel configuration. You could remaster the STD and add KDE or whatever you want.
Well, I would like to only have to manage one OS image and if the user does something stupid, either by mistake or on purpose, then all you need to do is reboot the computer.
This is also doable on a HDD install.
Sounds like a fun project.