It appears that the Boot Wizard is not creating a file called WATTCP.CFG on the boot disk. Thank you for your feedback! See more RELATED PROJECTS Dual site firewall install with Branch VPN Installed 2 Watchguard XTM 22-W and configured branch office between main and branch office Server 2000 Migration to
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Date/Time Posted: March 13, 2006 10:52 AM Posted By: dwiggins Details: Room Number/Location was set to BL005Primary User/Station ID was changed from students to ER102BSU Number was set to 346484Serial Number
I use the Ghost Boot Wizard to create USB network boot drives.
Date/Time Posted: March 13, 2006 10:53 AM Posted By: dwiggins Details: 3/9/06; Gave laptop to LITS technicians for review before sending on to UCS for repair.
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However, when booting up, both machines come up with an IP of 127.0.0.1.
As a test (with your administrators approval) specify a static IP address on your computer.
Anyone have any ideas?? Thanks 7814601 1349796966 0 0 10/10/12--08:50: Can't Image new HP Laptops...
Avantgarde Technologies IT Support Perth Saturday, October 31, 2009 Dell PowerConnect 5448 Symantec Ghost Problem I am running a Dell PowerConnect 5448. See the document How and when to modify the Wattcp.cfg file for more information about wattcp.cfg. 7. Can't find DHCP server." The server is running on a static IP and it has it's own DHCP service that allocates IP to all devices that is connected to the server. Operating System Not FoundNothing else happened after the above message repeated three times.
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0 0 10/02/12--02:38: Always i have to activate license win 7 gss 2.5 Contact us about this article I need a solution Hello. Creating your account only takes a few minutes. The command line that i'm using is "-clone,mode=create,src=1,[email protected], -sure -auto -z9 -rb" I have used this command line on other servers/desktops/laptops for years without any problems pore_vinod Volunteer28 Reg: 08-Jul-2008 Posts: https://forums.symantec.com/syment/ --Vinod Replies are locked for this thread.
Can someone find the operating system for ER 102?Does anyone want / need the device found in ER 102's carrying case pocket? I think you are using Symantec Ghost 7.0 which is an enterprise version of Ghost. The system requirements did not list this server os platform in the installation section. Thank you, Chanthone
0 0 10/16/12--09:08: Error 775 when uploading and deploying We are currently using Ghost 11 on a 2003 server and want to replace the server and migrate it to a new hardware which will be running Windows server 2008 R2
Ask the experts! navigate here Also you do not have to start the "server" machine with the boot disk you just run Multicast server within XP but there is an option when making the boot disk I have insured that the boot disk I am using has all the needed storage drivers however the problem still remains. However when I try to re-image a client via Ghost Solution Suite 2.5, I get the error: Connection reset by server with GhostCode 19922. I have tried all the workarounds that
I'm using a USB drive and I added the network drivers using the boot wizard. I upgraded the firmware from 188.8.131.52 to 184.108.40.206 (the latest as of this writing). I'm extremely frustrated with Ghost but all of my content is in Ghost and I cannot possibly move everything yet as their are deadlines outside of this separate project. Check This Out About Advertising Privacy Terms Help Sitemap × Join millions of IT pros like you Log in to Spiceworks Reset community password Agree to Terms of Service Connect with Or Sign up
The purpose of this step is to slow the boot process down. Useful Searches Recent Posts Menu Forums Forums Quick Links Search Forums Recent Posts Menu Log in Sign up AnandTech Forums: Technology, Hardware, Software, and Deals Forums > Hardware and Technology > Translated Content This is machine translated content Login to Subscribe Please login to set up your subscription.
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If none of the above help to identify or resolve your issue, please fill out the attached Ghost Workbook and contact Symantec Technical Support. I have tried to manually create this file but my manual creations do not seem to solve the problem. When boot it looks as though it is getting through the boot sequence and loading the driver fine. The Ghost Boot Wizard does make a boot disk that will boot and even bind to the network.
I selected the non DNS version and entered static IPs. For more information on how to create a Windows PE disk: Ghost 11.0: How to build a Windows PE [Vista] CD/DVD that contains Ghost32.exe and then join a client machine to When I'm in Symantec Ghost 11.5.1 I'm doing Local, Disk, and then from Image, I then select the image and then it gives me the a couple of options as to this contact form Any help or advice would be greatly appreciated.
Is it necessary to start the computer to which the image is being saved with the Boot Disk also or can it simply be running in Windows XP? If not, how do I go about cloning the system?
(add new tag) Adult Image? The NDIS driver I am using is Intel 82579LM. I think that we need a patch. What can we do? Thanks for all replys. 0 0 10/01/12--11:31: Symantec Ghost Suite 2.5 Contact us about this article I
Status: CLOSED Date/Time Reported: March 6, 2006 11:27 AM Submitted By: jlharris2 Unit: Educational Technology and Resources Collection Unit Contact: Julie Nelson Unit Contact Phone: 765-285-3336 Room Number/Location: BL005 Primary User/Station No, create an account now. If the issue appears when using a Ghost Boot Disk with the Ghost Cast Server, create a Windows PE disk and perform your imaging operation with ghost32.exe. rosrooster Newbie1 Reg: 12-Jan-2009 Posts: 2 Solutions: 0 Kudos: 0 Kudos0 realtek rtl8102e/8103 and ghost 8.3 Posted: 12-Jan-2009 | 9:00AM • 2 Replies • Permalink its on a toshiba satellite pro
At the time of this document, the latest version of Ghost 11.0 was 220.127.116.113 and the latest version of Ghost 11.5 was 18.104.22.1681. Posted by Clint Boessen at 12:39 AM Labels: Applications, Hardware, Networking No comments: Post a Comment Newer Post Older Post Home Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom) Clint Boessen [MVP] [email protected] Clint Dell PowerConnect 5448 Symantec Ghost Problem Configure Dell PowerConnect Switches Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 ppp connect on boot problem NDIS2 Intel 82567 LM-3 Gigabit Adapter OpenVPN Issue on Ubuntu Jaunty 9.04 LDAP