Hi everyone, If this is in the wrong subforum, forgive me as it (I think so) covers severs areas of technology. To start out with, I have several bootable antivirus images on one usb stick. The problem with this is they all require definition updates (about 100mb for about 7 odd bootable AVs) when started. If I use persistence, it would mean to dedicate a USB for every AV (unless I use multiple partitions, messing around with grub, etc.), which is kind of inefficient. Then I remembered I have a Windows 2K8R2 server that PXE boots Windows 7/8/2K8 etc. for reinstallations, and I thought "A network bootable persistent AV!". I would dedicate a VHD/VMDK (maybe 5-10GB) for each AV, have persistence AV definitions, be able to boot each one from a network, and update them in a virtual machine. My question is, has anyone had any experience with this in 2K8R2 or FOG server? Would it be possible?