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    Hi guys,

    I used to use Ghost 7 (dos based) in my old job. Sysprep the machine before, boot into dos upload the image.

    Then on the target machine boot into dos and "download" the image onto that machine.

    We have ghost 9 here which seems a bit well...

    You have to create the image "live" in windows XP and then boot from the CD to restore the image. Not really sure how this is meant to tie in with sysprep- unless I run it after the image has been "restored" onto the new machine.

    Just wondering what other people are using or if anyone knows of a better way to use norton 9+

    RIS Server worth looking into? (What is required).

    Thanks

  • #2
    Re: Help creating a standard client image

    Why don't you run sysprep beforehand like you always did? What's the difference?

    1. Install the OS
    2. Install all software
    3. Install the Ghost agent/program
    4. Run sysprep
    5. Run Ghost and create the image
    6. Take image to new computer
    7. Boot from Ghost CD and restore image

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    • #3
      Re: Help creating a standard client image

      I really wanted to get it running like this;

      http://www.rtfm.copperstream.co.uk/d...s/image220.jpg

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      • #4
        Re: Help creating a standard client image

        Originally posted by ethos View Post
        I really wanted to get it running like this;

        http://www.rtfm.copperstream.co.uk/d...s/image220.jpg

        I'm confused. What is the relevence of the image?
        1 1 was a racehorse.
        2 2 was 1 2.
        1 1 1 1 race 1 day,
        2 2 1 1 2

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