Another option aside from Ghost may be a product like GoBack, which lets you roll the system back to a specific point in time -- applications, documents and all. As far as networking goes, allocating them IPs is simple enough: it's called DHCP, and can be done from a central Windows NT, 2000 or even Linux server.
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