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Just wondering, but on what basis would Clonezilla not be approved?

It would be more than able to do the job at hand, and can clone up to 253 clients at once, although that would be hard to set up. I did a clone to 30 computers with a 47 GB image in less than an hour, with a couple gigabit switches of course.
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Just wondering, but on what basis would Clonezilla not be approved?

It would be more than able to do the job at hand, and can clone up to 253 clients at once, although that would be hard to set up. I did a clone to 30 computers with a 47 GB image in less than an hour, with a couple gigabit switches of course.
Has nothing to do with the abilites of the software. Working in a Corporate environment we have to deal with rules, regulations and laws. We must comply as we deal with a lot of personal information of different users and customers.
    
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I understand that, but if your imaging a base install what personal info is involved? Are you just cloning the machine back? I guess a little more detail of the process you're doing would have been more helpful to understand why it wouldn't work.

I used Clonezilla at my school to reimage a lab after students had screwed it up all semester.
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Sadly I cannot elaborate. We deal with sensitive information and just like any corporate structure we must comply to any laws in place.

All software and hardware must be approved and purchased from approved vendors.
    
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