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What is the different between

Ghost.exe, Ghostpe.exe, Ghostexp.exe and Ghostwks.exe

in Norton Ghost. Why they needed?
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ghost.exe is the binary that does the imaging
ghoseexp.exe is an explorer to allow you to open images and modify them
ghostpe.exe is the personal edition, you may need to keep this with ghost.exe to run but I've never used it specifically
ghostwks.exe AFAIK is needed by ghostpe

Have a look at the following;
http://www.symantec.com/business/support/index?page=content&id=TECH106596
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Thanx
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