I am trying to setup some stand alone Windows XP clients to allow Power Users to run Norton Ghost 2003 (from windows). Is this possible?
The stand alone clients are used to connect to machines in a manufacturing environment and need to be locked down using a security template/Local Computer Policy. I have setup Local Policies that are working correctly, but the last thing I need to do is get ghost 2003 to run for power users (these clients are used to ghost machines hard drives for backup purposes). I am up to the point where, when logged in as a power user, ghost will open but when I try and click on any option on the interface I get the message:
"Ghost failed to access your hard drives and cannot continue. Apossible reason for this is that you do not have administration privilages on this computer."
I know this is basically telling me that I need admin rights to get around this problem, but is this th eonly solution? Is there any way I can give power users disk management rights to overcome this issue?
Any advice would be appreciated. Thanks.