Setting up Ghost Solutions Suite 2.0

Posted on 2009-04-24
Last Modified: 2013-12-02
I am setting up ghost for the first time in and am having some difficulties deploying images. I can pull an image off a PC on the network but I do not know how to push an image to a PC. I have made a TCP/IP Network Ghost Client Boot Image, but how do I use this? When I open the Ghost Cast server the clients do not connect. Can anyone help me set this up?
Question by:akdreaming
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    Before you can push an image to another computer you have to install the client on that computer. Once the client has been installled, follow these steps:

    1. Click on the Tasks folder to bring up that window.
    2. Right click in the window and select New Task.
    3. Name the task.
    4. Click the Clone box.
    5. Click the browse button and select the computer you want to push the image to.
    6. Click on the network tab and select the mode of transfer.
    7. Click on the Clone tab and then click on the Browse button.
    8. Select the image that will be push out to the destination computer.
    9. Click OK for all of the windows.
    10. Right click on your new task and select execute.

    Good Luck!

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    Thank you!!!
    I called Symantec for help and all they wanted to do was send me more adobe file to read. This is a step by step that worked perfectly.
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