@george1421 I’ve looked into clonezilla, but some of these machines have very limited hardware, no USB, no available IDE, etc. But they all have network cards. This is why FOG seemed like a viable solution. As far as DR goes, I have a separate solution, NTBackup to FTP via .bat and Scheduled Tasks, that runs more regularly but I’m only backing up our board programs that we run in the software on our pick-and-place machines.
I’ll check out Veeam though for DR and its compatibility with XP, as the NTBackup to FTP I set up is a fairly new system that I’m not completely satisfied with.
@george1421 Honestly I’m not sure. I did change it to ‘exit’ but then some computers were unable to start. GRUB, for whatever reason, is working with everything on the network. It is an all Dell network, various models from the 755 to 990 - all set up the same way.
Is there some other setting I would need to make after changing the FOG exit mode to ‘exit’?