Where can I ask the following question?

I work in an IT department and we are searching for a way to update all of our Windows 7 computers to Windows 10 without bringing them in and PXE booting them one by one. Is there an easy to do this without doing them one at a time?

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  • Yes I have and I couldn't find the appropriate place – Enter Strandman Feb 12 at 19:41
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There are quite a few sites all related to Computer issues so it can be hard to find the right site.

I suggest https://serverfault.com/ which lists the topics as:

Q&A for system and network administrators

And their help centre expands on this:

What topics can I ask about here?

Server Fault is for questions about managing information technology systems in a business environment.

If your question is about:

  • managing the hardware or software of servers, workstations, storage or
  • networks tools used for administering, monitoring, or automating these
  • deployment to and management of third-party provided information technology platforms

and is not about:

  • consumer workstations or networking (which belong on our sister site, Super User)
  • working with a service provider's management interface, such as cPanel product, service, or learning material recommendations
  • product licensing inquiries or legal advice career, salary, personnel,
  • employment, or formal education unauthorized use or misuse of IT systems

then you’re in the right place to ask your question!

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