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    Re: Ghost Corporate version

    @acrobson: I would be intrested in knowing more about your setup especially the boot stick option, this would allow me to be able to use our dhcp for thin client fully.

    The RIS option as noted about does not work for me or at least Ihave not managed to get it ot work.

    Do you have a boot stick for each PC?? I have close to 550 thats alot of sticks ;-)

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    Re: Ghost Corporate version

    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT
    @acrobson I would be intrested in knowing more about your setup especially the boot stick option, this would allow me to be able to use our dhcp for thin client fully.

    The RIS option as noted about does not work for me or at least Ihave not managed to get it ot work.

    Do you have a boot stick for each PC?? I have close to 550 thats alot of sticks ;-)
    As each boot stick has it's own static IP address you can only use that boot stick with that IP one at a time per session, however we only have suites of up to 50 machines, therefore all we did was buy 50 of the cheapest 63mb memory sticks and used them, the boot stick's are all configured the same, except you give each a static IP address from your DHCP scope and take them out of use.

    I also advise labelling each stick with its static IP address as if there is a failure the ghostcast server will tell which IP address it is, then you can just remove that stick if it becomes faulty at any point.

    Mind, it does take approx 3 minutes per stick to get the point of use, however, this is time well spent when all factors of ghostcasting are considered, especially when like me, you have been ghosting for coming onto 5 years within education!

    I hope that is of some help

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    Re: Ghost Corporate version

    thanks it has given me something to think about.

    I may be abck with some more questions though ;-)

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    Re: Ghost Corporate version

    Quote Originally Posted by ICTNUT
    thanks it has given me something to think about.

    I may be abck with some more questions though ;-)
    No problem, afterall, i have asked enough on EduGeek's myself!

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    Re: Ghost Corporate version

    Hello acrobson any chance of posting the documents cheers

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