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setting up ghost cast 7.5 server

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Can anyne assist  me with the step by step instructions on setting up a ghost cast server?
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Build your image. Run sysprep and or ghstwalk.
Boot your Server/PC to the Ghostcast Floppy.
Boot your target machine(s) to their respective ghost boot disks with network support.
Wait for them all to get connected.
Start the multicast to the target PC's
Remove the floppies from the target PC's and follow the prompts for setup.

More detailed instructions are found in your Ghost7.5 documentation.
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I wonder if they were ever able to get Ghost to serve images?
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