@george1421 Thanks George for your quick answer on that. If I may give a little background on what we are trying to achieve (Gamienator and I are colleagues) that is the source of the question. Our internal employee assets are not an issue. They will likely never need to be re-imaged at a location other than their assignment. However, we are a rental company, and the rental assets do rather often move around from one location to another. It is, therefore, very likely that they would need to be re-imaged at a location other than their assignment. So I can foresee a problem arising as assets then attempt to image over the WAN as they try to call home. Soooo…we are brainstorming for a scenario by which the HOST would simply image from it’s closest storage node (because all nodes will have the image), no matter what location it is in (hence our thought of not assigning HOSTS to LOCATIONS). We thought the idea of a USER tied to a SITE or LOCATION might “georestrict” it, but our initial test did not prove that. Our current design idea is one server and a STORAGE NODE at each physical location.
Is it possible at all within the existing infrastructure of FOG? If so, are we just not approaching this the right way? And should this be a new topic?
Thank you very much,