We are using ZfD 7 and ENGL Toolkit 4. Everything is working pretty slick
and I cannot even imagine how much time we are going to save!

There is an issue though: 4 of the 9 computer labs that we have have dual
monitor setups. After some digging, monitor setups are stored per machine,
not per user, and finding some commonality is not working. We have
different model monitors and video cards. We know where in the registry
that the information is stored (HKLM\System\CurrentControlSet\Hardware
Profiles\Current\System\CurrentControlSet\Control\ Video\) and know which
keys need to exist. We manually entered/modified the keys, rebooted and it
worked like a charm.

BUT...on the dual monitor PCs, there are 3 keys under the above key
location, and the key values are different (SIDs?). Also, under each of
these keys, there is always a "0000" key, sometimes there is also a "0001"
key and under either the 0000 or 0001 key, there sometimes exists a
"Mon???????" key.

Is there a way to do hardware profiles with imaging, either with or without
ENGL? We have been racking our brains for a few days and have not come up
with a solution that can "automate" re-imaging ALL labs yet.