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    Ghost - What you using...?

    HI all,

    Not long til the Easter break now!

    I have been looking at updating ghost, I have been using mainly version 8.0 for my image however decided to buy what I found to be now called 'Norton Ghost 14', the interface has totally changed and can I hell as find the ghost cast server and PXE ghosting options I like.

    Can someone clarify for me that I have the right upgrade, surely there arenít to 'Ghost' packages on the market, I usually keep up to date with ghost as I have carried out a lot of research and development work on them, especially version 7-8.

    Have I missed something? I heard Norton were taking Symantec over a while back, but didn't expect things to change this much!

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    Isn't Ghost14 just for 'domestic' use?

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    Thats certainylt he impression that i have getting from the trial, it is totally rubbish from a professional perspective. Just with not 'keeping the finger on the pulse' so to speak, i am after some clarification and also to see what everyone else is using, i know a couple are using version 11, but not too sure what the latest version is out there.

    Cheers, for that.

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    Isn't this what you are after:

    http://www.symantec.com/en/uk/busine...247&pvid=865_1

    Symantec Ghost Solution Suite

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    Thats the boyo, just to confirm, does this support PXE migration with RIS etc?

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    The product which is for network ghosting is called 'Ghost Solution Suite 2.0' and uses Ghost 11 as the ghost server. It is licensed per client (we paid something like £1000 for our licenses for 200 machines). http://www.pugh.co.uk/Products/syman...ionsuite-2.htm
    It does support PXE, but I don't use it and haven't looked at it yet.

    Ghost 14 is the personal use product. It usually costs about £40 for a normal single user.

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