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nt 4.0 disk upgrade/cloning

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We need to upgrade a few U/W SCSI workstation drives and also install new workstations from time to time.  Any recommendations on what mirror tools to use.  We're a small shop and don't want to spend hours learning this for once/month use at best.
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