Given the information that you have provided, there are some good things and some bad. FOG shouldn’t have any problem imaging the Dell/HP computers. I am unsure about the MPC/OmniTech systems though. However, as long as they are 2000/XP/Vista/7 or Linux, they shouldn’t be a problem. The issue that you will run into are the Apple computers. FOG natively can’t image Apple computers, but there is a work around. I know this works as we currently have this implemented on our system, you can follow the directions from here, [url]http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=How_to_get_Macintosh’s_Netboot_working_with_your_FOG_server[/url], to be able to image Apple computers. The long and short of that site is that you need to have a working DeployStudio server setup on a Mac server, and then FOG will point to that server for the images.
I’ve never tried imaging a computer that is a dual boot, so someone else might have to chime in on that. I do know that FOG supports multiple partitions, but it might be possible to copy the drives using the “Raw Image” function which copies the drive on a “sector to sector”. Also, given that you have several computer labs, you should be able to take advantage of multicasting though FOG, if you’re networking gear supports it.
It’s good to hear that a good majority of your computers are Windows 7 though as FOG handles these without much issue, however, i’d suggest that you read up on imaging, as it takes a little extra work to get a working image other than a regular sysprep. I’d suggest reading over this document, [url]http://blog.ibuddy.info/index.php/2011/05/fog-29-my-windows-7-guide-3264-bit-docv1/[/url]
Hope this info helps a bit.