This may not be the correct place to post this; if that's the case, just let me know and point me in the right direction please!
I'm thinking of building a box that needs to be lightweight and portable, and would need to be able to boot multiple installations of windows.
I am needing to have multiple installations so that I can, for example, plug the box in to the network at one location, boot in to that location's partition, and have full access to everything I would normally need to do on a computer that has already been set up on that network. Then, when I go to the next client, I would be able to do the same thing, with the new location's partition, and have all of those network settings, drive mappings, etc., available there.
Obviously I'd need to go through and set them all up on the different locations/networks, I'm not expecting it to magically know where I am and what I'm doing. It would be like I'm carrying around a computer that is configured for each place I need to go in one little box, instead of having to have multiple computers or having to reconfigure all the settings and such every time I go to another client.
Or is there an easier way to do this that I haven't learned of?