Network Boot Disk for Ghost
Posted on 2003-12-03
I have a windows 2000 network boot disk for a specific laptop(Compaq N610c laptop) that we use to boot to the network to connect to ghost to image our laptops. However, we will be getting new laptops that also will need to be ghost imaged. Of course since these new laptops will be different and have different NICs, we will need to create new boot disks in order to boot to the network.
I understand that there is an easy way to take an existing boot disk that you currently use for a specific laptop and then make some changes to it so that the new laptop with the diffrent Nic will be able to boot to the network with it.
The current boot floppy disk that we have - when we boot with it we see the windows 98 prompt while booting. I guess the boot disk was started or made with a windows 98 startup disk and then additional drivers that was relevant to the laptops nic drivers were also included to make the boot floopy for the laptop.
Would anyone know how to do this or have any techniques tricks or known utilities to easily make windows 2000 network boot floppies to boot to the network.