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Hi,
Does anybody recommend any ghosting software for Windows PC's other than Symantec.

Customer does not have a server so something that is USB software based?

Thanks
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acronis true image is really good

http://www.whatsabyte.com/P1/ATI_2010_USB_Boot.html
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Supporting cwstad2's statement, Acronis True Image was simple but effective to use.
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by:Biniek
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Clonezilla

http://clonezilla.org/

and you can use it on  USB - http://clonezilla.org/clonezilla-live.php
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by:aadih
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FWIW, also used Macrium Reflect Free, but liked Acronis True Image better.
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by:Richard Daneke
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Cloning and many other options are available from:
http://www.disk-image.net/

Their software creates a bootable CD/DVD/USB for loading.  The tools can be run from an active OS.
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I like IMAGEX as a cloning option.  It doesn't have a slick GUI that I am aware of, but with a little command-line scripting it can do the job.

Tom
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by:Alan Hardisty
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Norton Ghost is a Symantec Product that doesn't need a server and can clone a computer hard drive happily.
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by:Richard Daneke
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If you want image backup, Acronis is a good option.   A trial can be downloaded from the Western Digital web support pages.
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by:David Johnson, CD, MVP
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Windows Image Backup (included with Operating system)
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by:Jtnight
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There is three software that work great, there Norton ghost, Acronis True Image, and Macrium Reflect, there is trial version for all three, now if cloning is going to be use in a non production there is a free version of it, in my personal option I have found that acronis is very good option, but, with Macrium Reflect you can pick and chose the part.. that you wish to copy were acronis you have to copy the whole disk.....


http://www.macrium.com/reflectfree.aspx


http://www.acronis.com/homecomputing/trueimage/



http://www.symantec-norton.com
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I've requested that this question be deleted for the following reason:

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