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Norton/Symantec Ghost displays Domain Admin password when Software CD is run - how to disable?

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Symantec Ghost is being used to image PCs on a network. The images are stored on a Network Share.
When the Ghost CD is run in a PC, it seemlessly connects to the server hosting the share and displays the Domain Admin username/password in the background of initial prompts.

Where was done wrong in configuring this? &how can it be corrected?
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Could you clarify how you bootup computer / launching ghost to deploy image?
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THis issue can be closed.

 It was due to the Boot disk originally being created with the Username/Password details stored on the disk as the disk was built to be used with a network share whereas it was actually being used in a GhostCast environment.
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