@george1421 While I know some of SCCM, I can say, I think this method is probably much more accurate than trying to do it in reverse. SCCM, as I understand it, is meant to be used on request. Meaning, when you need to image a device, you tell the device to network boot. From there, it will get its information from the SCCM server and perform the boot to perform the tasking requested.

In our modified scenario, we’re enabling systems to be on network boot mode consistently. All we’re doing is adding a new menu option that allows the user at the system to choose to boot up to disk or if they need to, they can select the SCCM menu option to perform the task sequences as needed.

Hopefully this fits the bill with the requirements, and it allows the users to have a dual type of system for setting up imaging. Essentially you can maintain your ‘light touch’ model if that’s how you’re using SCCM and have a golden base on the FOG Server. (That’s my thoughts, your mileage may vary.)