I have a remote computer suppport business and we have the need to remotely mount .iso files on a client machine from time to time for use to grab driver updates and so on. We own a huge server on the Netcraft top 10 list and I'd like to mount some ISOs on this thing and use technology like WebDAV or something to mount them on a remote PC. It doesn't make sense, for example, for us to download the DriverPack Solution 4GB DVD to a machine and then scan/update the drivers. We would rather mount the image like a Google Drive.... Any ideas?
Sound do'able - just put the .ISO file/s on an read-only NFS/CIFS/HTTP share, mount that on the servers as needed and then open the .ISO - or you could just put the contents of the .ISO on the same share of course.