Here's the scenario: I am going to build 20 identical computers for work. All I need to do is install Windows 98 (because all I need for these computers is a Windows DOS prompt) and the drivers. Then I will configure the computer to go onto our work network.
My question: Rather than install Win98, load drivers, and configure network 20 times, is there any way I could do it only once, make an image, and then load it onto the other 19 computers? Please assume all computers have identical hardware. And the harddrives on each computer are straight from the factory (i.e. have no been formatted).
What I was thinking I could do was: after I get the computer set up just right, install Norton Ghost and burn an image to a CD. If I did that, could I then just boot from the image CD and load it onto the other 19 computers?
I guess what I'm really asking is: Is there an easier way to install Win98, load drivers, and set up network connectivity for 20 computers than by doing it 20 times?