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I am using Ghost from Symantec Ghost Console on Windows Server 2003. Client machine I want to get an image from is an XP.

Do I need to remove this pc from the domain? How would I clone this pc?
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You need to do what is called and SID change and run a sysdiff on the hardware.  This will allow the machine to join without a duplicate ID.
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I'm sorry, I didnt quite understand...

I need to do what is called...?
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You need to run a sysdiff (for new hardware) and sysprep to change the unique ID of the machine.  It is called the SID.  

http://www.pcreview.co.uk/forums/change-sid-windows-xp-windows-2000-windows-nt-computer-t2141051.html

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This would occur after I have executed the task to create image in Ghost?
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Yes, you create the ghost image from your "donor" computer, then do what I have stated there.
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Read thru this article thoroughly.... Here is an excerpt.

Overview of ways to change the SID after cloning

* Ghost Walker
Ghost Walker is a Ghost utility included in the corporate Ghost versions and Norton Ghost 2003. Ghost Walker is a DOS program that allows you to change the SID and computer name at each client computer after cloning, that is, before restarting the computer into Windows.
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Thank you
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