Wipe a hard drive

Is there a way to use ZENworks to wipe a hard drive? We currently use KillDisk and we will be replacing about 400 workstations. Instead of running the program on each workstation one by one, we would like to utilize ZENworks. Is there anything that can be used with the ZENworks Configuration Management that can make the process a little quicker and a little less painful?
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  • schiess;2451175 wrote:
    Is there a way to use ZENworks to wipe a hard drive? We currently use KillDisk and we will be replacing about 400 workstations. Instead of running the program on each workstation one by one, we would like to utilize ZENworks. Is there anything that can be used with the ZENworks Configuration Management that can make the process a little quicker and a little less painful?


    Endpoint Security is not the correct Forum.
    Imaging Could do this for you.
    You could write a an imaging script to issue the "dd" command to zero out the entire drive.