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    Imaging Workstations

    Hi All,
    I'm looking into creating images of our workstations and was wondering on what was the best way of doing this. If anyone has any suggestions please let me know.
    Thanks.

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    there's another thread called 'imaging workstations - different drivers'. We've managed to cover the main deployment options in that thread, namely sysprep and the wim format. Ghost is mentioned also, although not in any great depth. The standard ghost is the dumb part of the imaging process, just doing a block clone of a hard disk... the associated tools in Ghost solutions suite add more power and versatility for network based deployment of ghosts images. But i'd seriously encourage you to look at WDS and the WAIK kit for non-ghost deployment. The other thread will give you some info on the features and benefits.

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