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Ghost or Acronis Version that Supports NT Server?

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I'm having a hard time finding info regarding what versions of Ghost or Acronis which supports NT server.  I need to be able to use the bootable CD version and am unsure if this feature is something that's standard or an additional feature with a specific name that I need to search for.

I'm trying to cold clone (vmware) an NT server and it will not boot from the cold clone cd properly - am told by support to use either Ghost or Acronis instead.  I'm assuming I can purchase an older copy off eBay - just not sure of what version I need to look for - any help would be appreciated.
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Thank you for the Acronis info.  Its the Ghost info that I am having the most trouble finding.  Any help on that would be greatly appreciated.  
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