Is the following scenario feasible:
A laptop repair workshop currently using multiple, physical hard disk caddies containing various Windows 7 / 8 recovery images for repairing various laptop models wishes to replace the physical caddy system with a single Linux server.
The server would host these different recovery images and allow multiple technicians to simultaneously access whichever recovery image they need to recover laptops with faulty Windows installations.
My research so far into Linux server options with DHCP, TFTP, PXE capability and tools such as CloneZilla, FOG, CrucibleWDS, seem to describe a scenario in which a single Windows image is being deployed to multiple machines within a company, as opposed to providing access to multiple windows recovery images for multiple laptop models that are simultaneously accessible by technicians via a PXE network boot.
Can this be done?
Many thanks in advance for words of wisdom.