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I am trying to create a floppy boot disc with netbootdisk.com I have followed the instructions that come with ...
9th February 2008, 08:52 PM #1
Guidance making a ghost boot disc with netbootdisk.com
I am trying to create a floppy boot disc with netbootdisk.com I have followed the instructions that come with the download. I have created the bootdisc but how do I make the configurations?
I am totally lost now
You guidance will be appreciated
9th February 2008, 11:12 PM #2
- Rep Power
Once you have created the floppy you have two chioces, edit the two files below or boot the floppy and when prompted (30 second time limit to press key or it continues) manually enter the settings for your network.
Remember you cannot logon to a windows 2003 server or later, unless you lower the server security settings.
10th February 2008, 12:56 AM #3
When I boot from the disc I get to the commend prompt. I would have thought I would need to add something to the disc for ghost but what?
10th February 2008, 10:45 AM #4
You need to add ghost.exe, sadly there isn't room on the disk. You have a few options.
1. Set up an Linux sever that'll host ghost.exe which you can connect to from netboot disk. You might also be able to adjust your severs so you can connect.
2. Burn net boot disk to a bootable CD and then add ghost.exe. This means o have to enable CDROM support in netbootisk.
3. Create a 2.88 floppy image with netboot disk and ghost. Burn this image to a bootable CD rom. This has two advantages, one you can place ghost.exe in the directory that gets automaticaly coppied to the NBD ram drive and two you don't have enable CD ROM support. This is the option I took, I can't remeber exactly how I did it and I'm not back in the office till Thursday. If this thread isn't resolved by then I'll have a look.
4. Put ghost.exe on a second disk, swap disks once NBD has loaded.
5. If you're uisng ghost 8 or later ignore NBD and use BartPE.
Do you know how to use a command prompt?
Last edited by K.C.Leblanc; 10th February 2008 at 06:24 PM.
10th February 2008, 11:26 AM #5
All the how tos are on the site:
I run Ghost from the bootable CD rom I have but you can run it from a share. See the logon scripts page for that.
Last edited by mattx; 10th February 2008 at 11:32 AM.
10th February 2008, 05:06 PM #6
What i have done is put ghost.exe on a network share. When i try to map a drive in the bootdisk i get the following error
The password was invalid
I can assure you I have entered the correct password and it does have permissions on tat account.
Could this be the Server 2003 problem?
Thanks for the advice.
10th February 2008, 06:23 PM #7
Read the documentation for NetBootDisk, it mentions that it can't access shares on 2003 servers (and I think 2000) without making adjustments.
Or make a boot CD with ghost.exe on it.
11th February 2008, 02:38 PM #8
not sure what the adjustments are because it accesses a share on one of my server 2003 servers no problem!
I created a 'ghost' user in AD, and gave it full control over the folder with the exe in
11th February 2008, 03:23 PM #9
tried that, didnt work
Originally Posted by sidewinder
11th February 2008, 03:36 PM #10
Right, are you using the CD boot disk or are you using the floppy still ?
If the floppy- then make a bootable CD rom with Ghost on.
The next thing isto make sure when you boot you have an IP address - have you got one ? Run IPCONFIG to check.
Once you have done that - let us know if you still have a problem.
11th February 2008, 05:35 PM #11
Hi matt thanks for the help
I have made a boot CD and I have got the correct IP address when I do ipconfig
11th February 2008, 07:35 PM #12
Have you put Ghost on the CD and enabled the CD driver on the CD ?
Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
I think the default drive for the CD is R: [ thats what I set mine to ]
11th February 2008, 07:38 PM #13
I have put the Ghost.exe and it won't let me get into it.
"enabled the CD driver on the CD"
How do i do that please?
11th February 2008, 07:40 PM #14
So you can change to the driver letter that the CD rom has been applied for then ? If so, can you do a dir on the directory ?
Originally Posted by FN-Greatermanchester
11th February 2008, 07:54 PM #15
Sorry im still lost please bare with me. What do i need to do to sort that out please?
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