What happens when you choose to use the traditional method of copying an image to a destination? First, you select the source image. Next, you select the destination PC. You then choose to use the traditional method of copying the contents of the image file to the destination. Then, you choose to verify the image files transfer and proceed. The image will transfer to the destination PC as expected. However, once the image is copied, the Multicast Ghosting client window closes without any feedback. If you have not pre-configured Ghost to automatically copy the contents of an image to a destination during Ghosting, you can manually copy the contents of the image to the destination in order to verify that the Multicast Ghosting works correctly. After the image has been verified, you can delete the copied image files and proceed with the Multicast Ghosting process. After you've verified that the Multicast Ghosting process works correctly, you can proceed with the test.
When restoring an image to a PC, some users want to see an image-loading process that is not only quick but also a seamless, transparent experience for the end user. To accomplish this, you can configure Ghost to automatically copy the contents of a source image to the destination PC during the Multicast Ghosting process. This allows for the multicasting of an image as a one-click experience. However, you can also choose to manually copy the contents of the source image to the destination for an additional step that uses the more traditional methods of copying an image to a destination. This might be required when you have an image with a very large file size that is intended for multiple clients or when you are running on Windows 8 and above and ghost.exe will not work as a traditional client.
Once I had satisfied that Ghost could be used in the field, I ran Ghost on a fifth NT 4.0 system. This system had an NTFS partition, no DOS partition, and was running SP5. Ghost performed at the same speed as the systems running SP4 and SP5, and with no errors. This system's NTFS partition (20GB) is currently in use. I created a disk image containing this partition and saved it to a file. I then transferred the disk image to a sixth and seventh NT 4.0 system. With the help of Ghost, I copied the entire 20GB partition, including its journaling data, to those systems. The first system booted successfully, the second succeeded, and both booted from the partition without incident.
I then ran Ghost on the system with the NTFS partition and saved a disk image to a file. I then copied the disk image to the other two systems. The first system booted successfully, but the second and third systems both successfully booted without incident. I then copied the disk image back to the first system and rebooted it. The system again successfully booted and ran without incident.
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