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windows 2000 server and ghost 9.0

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I'm in care of Dev Build machines for my company and we recently switched out build platform from workstation to Win2k Server. I want to make images of these machines, but I don't believe you can with Ghost 9.0. When I try to install GhostI get an "inconpatiable OS error"..

any ideas?

thanks

-mike
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by:jodypeet
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why not use RIS ? Ghost 9.0 has to have all of the scsi drivers etc etc... RIS works better.
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what is RIS?
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Remote Install Service. It's bundled with Windows 2000 and 2003 Server.
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How will this RIS allow me to make local images of the win2k servers in question? I want to image these machine and put the image on a second partition or drive on the same machine?
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It won't do that. I thought you were looking for a deployment sollution.
Sorry,
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