I am working in a university and we have some computer studios, in which some exams are done on computers (e.g. for working with office software, etc.). The exam obviously requires a clean system, so that no student may cheat or disrupt the exam. The current solution is to freshly install the complete studio the day before the exam and re-install the normal image the day after. That work is tedious and time-consuming, even with our PXE images.
I am searching for a way to use PXE to boot into a live-image of Windows XP or Windows 7. Our workstations are equipped with 2GB of RAM.
Does anyone have some insight on this problem and/or done this before?
Alternatively, a solution which involves booting a Linux terminal server client (e.g. LTSP) via PXE without touching the local hard drive would also be okay, as we may then run the windows image on a terminal server.