Thank you for your quick replies and I appreciate your help!
Yup, I agree, is not a very common case, I will try to explain the process better.
The idea is to use this in esports events, we would receive X amount of computers, all with the same hardware and all with a SSD inside.
- Before hand we, admins, would do the image deployment in all the computers/SSDs.
- After the image being deployed we would remove the SSD from the computer.
- These SSDs are now sorted and randomly assigned to each player which will keep it and use it in different locations/PCs
All good here, the goal now is that we want to easily be able to identify where is each player, IP and PC, by their team/nickname. This will help us as well to have some kind of PC monitoring and making sure the hardware is working as expected.
The only way I see this working is if on the first boot after imaging there is user side input to choose who they are and for that info to be sent to FOG. This means that the PC from that moment most be tracked by disk information or some other variable which is different from client to client. Since the MAC address will change.
Would be interesting to have this feature and I’m keen to help in any way possible.