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well, i would like to have a image of each computer in my house on my server. Everyone seams to screw up there computer, and well i have to be the one to fix it. So, i want to set up an image on each computer, make an image of the way i want things and put those images on the server.

Then if something goes wrong, i would just like to use the network to pull the image down to that computer.

i know you can do this. we do this with the apple computers from the OS X server..

i have ghost.. but if you can explain how things are done and what i need to do, it would be great..

BTW this is my first post.. looks like a great site :-)

Edited by asus, 24 June 2005 - 06:28 AM.

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ok check this out as a primer for ghost.

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