We have some NAC-3310 devices running Clean Access that we use for training. Periodically, these devices need to be reset to "factory fresh" status. If possible we would like to be able to do this in an automated way.
For other Linux and Windows systems that we have, our standard procedure has been to setup a dual-boot configuration that allows us to boot Ghost when needed to perform an automated re-image.
Doing this requires an extra drive or partition for the Ghost software (and the image files it creates and restores from).
The problem with the 3310 and the Clean Access software running on it (v.3.6.1) is that if an additional drive or partition is present, it will panic and hang on boot.
Admittedly, our usage is different than the norm, but has anyone run into this before or have any ideas as to a solution?