Fri Apr 16 10:00:26 NZST 2004
>>Oh? Does the license allow that?
>>Even so, it's still far more risk/hassle than we need I believe.
> It can run from a boot disk, no install on target PC needed.
That's beside the point. Physical methods don't invalidate a license.
> Good question, that is one minor problem with ghost.... perhaps a spare
> 40G HDD??
> Or setup a ghost server on a PC with some disk space and ghost over a
...NIC support...image size...etc.
Anyway, as I said, are you volunteering to do this?
Also, to Wayne, who decided that because a process "works for him" it's
infallible, and 100% safe for all, I've seen plenty of PM partitioning
problems in my time, and it's the benchmark. So forgive me if I don't
really want to see the WLUG put its balls on the block guaranteeing the
safety of the user's data.
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