khalillo

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  1. Thanks for all the inputs. I got busy with SMS 2003 deployment, and dropped the RIS for few weeks. I will try Partimage not ghost solution it sounded promissing and it's free. I will let you know if I have any success with it. Thanks
  2. thanks Ian, I got the client to boot to Ghost image from RIS except I am running a trial version of ghost, my boss wouldn't buy it. My new problem is Intel Pro/100 VE: I boot to the image then i get an error that Nic drivers are not in the image. I upgraded BIOS upgraded NIC drivers, copied .inf .sys files to i386 folder read about every web posting I could put my hands on. NO LUCK. Any ideas? thanks Z
  3. Hi all, I have a 2003 RIS when I boot clients with Intel Pro/100 VE I get an error message that the drivers are not in the Image. I got the hot fix from microsoft it didn't do anything. thanks
  4. Hi all, I never used ghost with RIS before. I have a 13 GB ghost Image that I need to push to 300 PC within the network. I have created a ghost image , setup a 2003 RIS server, but when I run RISETUP, I browse to the ghost image in the network, I get error message. Am I missing something. This is a project that would make me look like a hero if I get it to work. Thank you for the help.
  5. thank you all, I was able to create a RISghost PXE boot disk, it booted the client to choose from the images I have created. but I am not sure if I have to copy the ghost image to this folder : RemoteInstall\Setup\English\Images\GhostbootXPimage As for Ghost, I am using a trial version of Enterprize solution suite. the CIO wouldn't authorize buy it
  6. Hi all, I never used ghost with RIS before. I have a 13 GB ghost Image that I need to push to 300 PC within the network. I have created a ghost image , setup a 2003 RIS server, but when I run RISETUP, I browse to the ghost image in the network, I get error message. Am I missing something. This is a project that would make me look like a hero if I get it to work. Thank you for the help. adarouic@curry.edu