Using Ghost to deploy it. No special tools other than that. One really
nice feature though of Win7 and Vista is how a sysprep /generalize will
totally clean up the hardware layer. Makes images so much more portable
across various hardware platforms!
From: l duynslager [mailto:[log in to unmask]]
Sent: Friday, January 08, 2010 10:59 AM
To: Al Puzzuoli
Subject: Re: [MSUNAG] OpenAFS On a Public User Account?
Hey are you using any special tools to build the image?
How will you deploy it? Ghost?
Lee Duynslager LD
Michigan State University
> From: Al Puzzuoli <[log in to unmask]>
> Reply-To: Al Puzzuoli <[log in to unmask]>
> Date: Fri, 8 Jan 2010 10:51:33 -0500
> To: <[log in to unmask]>
> Subject: [MSUNAG] OpenAFS On a Public User Account?
> I'm building a new Windows 7 based image for our public technology
> lab, and am toying with the thought of installing OpenAFS; However, I
> have some questions as to the viability of the idea in the first
> Does OpenAFS even work on Windows 7?
> Since all users will initially log onto our machines via a single
> public account, can OpenAFS be set not to save credentials? When a
> user does login to OpenAFS, can I somehow configure the path where
> OpenAFS expects its space via an environment variable which would
> contain the correct username?
> For example, assume all users logged onto our machines under the
> username public. Joe logs into the public account, and now wants to
> login to OpenAFS as Joe.
> Joe logs off, walks away, and Mary logs into the machine. If she
> attempts to login to OpenAFS, does any sign of Joe remain, username,
> history, etc?
> Thanks for any thoughts,