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hi i was told by a friend that when using a ghosting program you could make it to that when you deploy and image to a client you could make it come up with the setup screen. so that if you were ghosting 30 identical workstations you could make it so that when each one boots it askes for a name and serial and you could tell it to connect to the domain and grey out certain boxes, my friend couldnt remember what this program was called if anyone could let me know id appreciate it thanks.

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Not sure about that, I know that with using RIS (Remote Installation Server) on Windows Server 2003 it will automatically do that, also you don't have to worry about using a floppy, a cd, or making an image for each machine that has different components. One RIS image will deploy on ANY machine, and you can configure the image to already have your updates.

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