This KB provides step-by-step instructions on “how to customize ISO file using BitRaser Drive Eraser" software. The process of customization helps in gaining operational efficiency with automation. You can deploy ISO using USBs or PXE seamlessly with minimal effort of your team. Follow these simple steps to ensure consistency and uniformity across locations.
Step 1: Log in to our secure server - www.bitrasercloud.com using your login credentials received post-purchase via email.
Step 2: Click on the ‘Profile Icon’ on the top-right corner.
Step 3: Click on ‘Customize ISO’.
A new window will prompt you for entering the password. Enter your password again to start the process of ISO customization.
Step 4: Choose the product’s ISO that needs to be customized.
Step 5: Follow the step-by-step process to configure the ISO as desired. This process allows you to pre-configure many data fields and functions.
Step 6: Once done, click on the ‘next’ button to go to the ‘Erasing’ tab.
Step 7: Click the next button to go to the ‘Server’ tab.
Step 8: Click the next button to go to the ‘Network tab’.
Step 9: Click on the next button to go to the ‘Custom Fields’ tab.
Step 10: Click on next to save the custom fields and move to the following tab. Here you will find options to customize erasure reports with your company logo, watermark, technician details, and so on.
Step 11: Click on the next button to describe any further comments or notes about the present ISO configuration settings.
Step 12: You may also click on ‘Back’ to check or edit previous settings. Otherwise, click on ‘Create’ to kick-start the ISO creation process.
Step 13: 'Please Wait' message will flash on your screen while ISO customization is in process. Once done, download the ISO, and burn it to the USB using freely available software – rufus.ie.
Hope this article helps you accomplish ISO customization! Click on the following link for detailed instructions- Customize Bootable ISO Images.
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