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I want to Ghost Internal scsi drive in IBM x series 205 server, can anyone advice me in using the right Ghosting software.
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Acronis trueimage is very easy to use and good, and bootit-ng also does the job but for less bucks...

http://acronis.com
http://www.terabyteunlimited.com/
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Symantec Ghost 10.0 can do the job just fine, but only works with XP and 2000 operating systems.
The Older version 2003 comes with 10.0 and can work with OSes W2k, NT 4.0, 95 and 98

http://www.symantec.com/home_homeoffice/products/category.jsp?pcid=br

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