Successive Boot Sequence Based Sanitization

Successive Boot Sequence Based Sanitization allows you to sanitize the first X computers that boot from the network. For example, you have 150 clients online in your network and you wish to sanitize 30 specific machines. You select the Successive Boot Sequence option, enter the number of machines to be sanitized (30), then network boot these specific 30 machines and sanitization will begin.

HOWEVER, if you only boot 20 of your 30 intended machines (targets) and your east-tec DisposeSecure session is still active, any subsequent network boot – of any machine – will be automatically targeted/sanitized until the total east-tec DisposeSecure sanitization count of 30 has been achieved for that session.

BE SURE not to network boot any machines in an arbitrary or hap-hazard method while utilizing this process.

Network sanitization - Successive Boot Sequence Based Sanitization