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1 Installing a boot partition This document includes the following topics: Purpose of this document Creating an image of a model computer Setting up workstations as client computers Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer Symantec Ghost functionality

2 2 Installing a boot partition Purpose of this document Purpose of this document This document walks you through the process of installing the boot partition on client computers. For the Symantec Ghost Console to execute tasks on client computers, a Ghost partition must be included on the client. There are two types of partitions that you can create on client computers. A client computer requires one of the following: Virtual partition Boot partition The boot partition is used on client computers that have no operating system installed. When you install the Console client remotely or from the CD, Symantec Ghost creates the virtual partition automatically when a task is executed. Installing the boot partition is more complicated and time-consuming than creating the virtual partition. It involves creating a boot package image file and restoring it to the client computer. The process includes: Creating an image of a model computer Setting up workstations as client computers Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer For more information, see the Symantec Ghost Implementation Guide and the Symantec Ghost Reference Guide.

3 Installing a boot partition Purpose of this document 3 Overview of setting up client computers and cloning from the Console Model computer Server with the Symantec Ghost Console software installed Client computers (including the model computer) Step 1 Install the operating system, applications, and Console client software. Step 3 Restart the model computer using the boot disk set created in step 2. Step 2 Create a network boot disk set using the Ghost Boot Wizard. Step 4 Create an image file of the computer using the GhostCast Server. Step 5 Create a boot partition image file for the client computers using the Ghost Boot Wizard. Step 7 Restore the boot partition image file created in step 5 onto the computers using the GhostCast Server. Step 6 Restart the computers using the boot disk set created in step 2. Step 9 Execute a task from the Console to restore the image file created in step 4 onto the computers. Step 8 Restart the computers.

4 4 Installing a boot partition Creating an image of a model computer Creating an image of a model computer Setting up a model computer A model computer is created as a template for client computers. This computer must include all drivers, configuration settings, and required applications, including the Console client, that you want to distribute to all client computers. Take an image of this computer using a boot disk and the GhostCast Server functionality. Set up a computer with Windows and all drivers installed and configured as you want all of your client computers configured. If you are creating a model computer for Windows NT, 2000, or XP computers, see the Knowledge Base article Introduction to cloning a Windows NT, Windows 2000, or Windows XP computer under the General Information section. You may need to create a model computer for each unique hardware setup. For example, if you have some computers with SCSI disks and some with IDE disks, you must have separate images for them. However, on Windows 2000 and XP computers, Microsoft Sysprep can help you create a generic template image for different hardware setups. Installing the Console client on your model computer The Console client is installed on your model computer so that it can be detected by the Console server. To install the Symantec Ghost Console client on your model computer 1 Insert the Symantec Ghost CD into the CD-ROM drive of the client computer. 2 In the Symantec Ghost Solution Suite installation window, click Install Symantec Ghost Corporate Edition. 3 Click Install Console Client. 4 Click Next. 5 Follow the on-screen instructions.

5 Installing a boot partition Creating an image of a model computer 5 Creating a boot disk set with network support You create a boot disk set using the Ghost Boot Wizard. It is used by the GhostCast Server to copy the boot partition image to client computers and to take an image of the model computer. Instead of creating a boot disk set, you can create an bootable ISO image and save it on a CD or DVD disk, or you can create a bootable USB flash drive. For more information, see the Symantec Ghost Implementation Guide. To create a boot disk with network support 1 On the Windows taskbar, click Start > Programs > Symantec Ghost > Ghost Boot Wizard. 2 In the Ghost Boot Wizard window, click Network Boot Disk. 3 Click Next. 4 In the Network Interface Card window, do one of the following: Select the Universal Packet Driver, and then click Next. This selects the Universal Packet Driver to add to the boot disk. Click Show all drivers, select or add a network driver, and then click Next. For more information on selecting network drivers, see the Symantec Ghost Implementation Guide. 5 In the DOS Version dialog box, click Next. 6 In the Client Type dialog box, ensure that Symantec Ghost is selected. 7 Click Next. 8 In the External storage support dialog box, click Next. 9 Do one of the following: Click DHCP will assign the IP settings if your network contains a DHCP server. Click The IP settings will be statically defined, and complete the fields below this option if your network does not contain a DHCP server. If you create more than one boot disk, then the static IP address incrementally increases as each boot disk is created.

6 6 Installing a boot partition Creating an image of a model computer 10 If you want to alter the number of router hops, select the correct number in Router Hops. This specifies how many routers the client searches across when attempting to find the Multicast Server. The default value of 16 lets Ghost find the server as long as it is not more than 16 router hops away. This is sufficient for most networks. 11 Click Next. 12 In the Destination Drive window, click Format Floppy Disk Set. 13 In the Floppy Disk Drive field, select the appropriate drive letter. 14 In the Number of disk sets to create field, select the number that you want to create. 15 Ensure that Format disk(s) First is checked to format the disks before disk creation. Ensure that this option is checked unless you are creating a custom boot disk with custom system files. If this option is unchecked, the boot disk is not bootable. 16 Ensure that Quick Format is checked to perform a quick format. 17 Click Next. 18 Review the boot disk details, then click Next to start creating the boot disks. Follow the prompts to format the disks and create a boot disk set. Creating an image of the model computer using GhostCasting Once your model computer is created, run a GhostCast session to create an image file to use to clone the client computers. To run a GhostCast session on the GhostCast Server 1 Insert the first boot disk that you previously created into the model computer and restart the computer. 2 On the GhostCast Server computer, on the Windows taskbar, click Start > Programs > Symantec Ghost > GhostCast Server. 3 In the GhostCast Server window, in the Session Name box, type a session name. A GhostCast session name can be any alphanumeric sequence of characters and must be unique on your network. You can use spaces on the GUI but not with command-line switches. Session names are not case-sensitive. 4 Click Create Image.

7 Installing a boot partition Creating an image of a model computer 7 5 Do one of the following: In the Image File box, type the name and full path of the image file that you are creating. Click Browse to find the location. 6 Click Disk to create an image of the disk. 7 Click Accept Clients to accept the client computer into the session. The Accept Clients button becomes active when all boxes are filled in. Once you have started the GhostCast session, you must start Ghost.exe on the model computer and begin a GhostCast session on the model computer. Starting a GhostCast session on the model computer Once the GhostCast session is started on the server, start the model computer from the Network boot disk set and connect it to the session. To start a GhostCast session on the model computer 1 With the Ghost network boot disk inserted in the floppy disk drive, restart the client computer. This automatically starts Ghost.exe. 2 On the Ghost.exe menu, click GhostCasting, then select one of the following: Multicast Direct Broadcast Unicasting Connect to the session using Multicasting Connect to the session using direct broadcasting Connect to the session using Unicasting 3 In the GhostCast Session Name to Join dialog box, type the session name. 4 Click OK. 5 Select the disk from which to take an image. 6 Click OK. 7 Select the level of compression that you require. 8 Click Yes to begin.

8 8 Installing a boot partition Setting up workstations as client computers Setting up workstations as client computers You must set up your client computers to be controlled by the Console server. A boot partition image containing the Symantec Ghost executable, the Console client, and the network driver is restored onto the client using GhostCasting. At this point, your client computer contains only the boot partition image and is ready to be controlled by the Console. Creating a boot partition image Using the Ghost Boot Wizard, create a boot partition image that includes the Console client, the Symantec Ghost executable, and drivers for your network card. This image is restored onto the client computers. The boot partition image must have network drivers that match the network card. To create a boot partition image 1 In the Ghost Boot Wizard window, click Console Boot Partition. 2 Click Next. 3 In the Network Interface Card window, do one of the following: Select the Universal Packet Driver, and then click Next. This selects the Universal Packet Driver to add to the boot disk. Click Show all drivers, select or add a network driver, and then click Next. For more information on selecting network drivers, see the Symantec Ghost Implementation Guide. 4 Click Next. 5 In the Machine Group, type the computer group folder, if required. When a Console Client is first discovered on the network, the Console creates an icon for it in the Machine Group section of the Default folder. When DOS Console Client computers are discovered, they are identified by Adapter Address only. Specifying a group folder makes identification of the computer easier. 6 Click Next. 7 Do one of the following: Click DHCP will assign the IP settings if your network contains a DHCP server. Click The IP settings will be statically defined, and complete the fields below this option if your network does not contain a DHCP server.

9 Installing a boot partition Setting up workstations as client computers 9 8 If you want to alter the number of router hops, then select the correct number in Router Hops. This specifies how many routers the client searches across when attempting to find the Multicast Server. The default value of 16 lets Ghost find the server as long as it is not more than 16 router hops away. This is sufficient for most networks. 9 Click Next. 10 In the Image File field, type a name for the image file. 11 In the Description field, type a description for the image file. 12 To execute creation of the boot partition image file, click Next. Installing the boot partition image onto the client computer Install the boot partition image file onto the client computer using the GhostCast Server and the boot disk set. The boot partition image contains only the Symantec Ghost boot partition, which is only 15 MB. Warning: Do not install the boot partition image unless you are sure that you have copied all data off of the computer and that it is safe to proceed. This is a destructive process, and all existing data is overwritten. To run a GhostCast session on the GhostCast Server 1 On the Console computer, on the Windows taskbar, click Start > Programs Symantec Ghost GhostCast Server. 2 In the Symantec Ghost GhostCast Server dialog box, in the Session Name text field, type a session name. 3 Click Restore To Clients to send an image file to all connecting clients. 4 Do one of the following: In the Image File box, type the name and full path of the image file containing the image. Click Browse to find the location. 5 On the File menu, click Image Description to view or modify a description of the image file. The disk or partition settings must be selected. If the file selected is not a valid image file, an error message appears. 6 Click Disk.

10 10 Installing a boot partition Setting up workstations as client computers 7 Click Accept Clients to accept the client computer into the session. The Accept Clients button becomes active when all required boxes are filled in. 8 Join the client computers to the GhostCast session. See To connect client computers to the GhostCast session on page Click Send to start the image restore and the GhostCast session when all of the required clients have joined the session. 10 Remove the boot disk and restart the client computers. The clients are ready to be managed from the Console server. Once the GhostCast session is started on the server, you can start the client computers from a boot disk and connect them to the session. To connect client computers to the GhostCast session 1 Insert the boot disk into each client computer s floppy disk drive. 2 Start each client computer. 3 On the Ghost.exe menu, click GhostCasting, then select one of the following: Multicast Direct Broadcast Unicasting Connect to the session using Multicasting Connect to the session using Direct Broadcasting Connect to the session using Unicasting 4 In the GhostCast Session Name to Join dialog box, type the session name. 5 Click OK. 6 Select the disk to restore. 7 Click OK. 8 Click Yes to indicate that the computer is ready for the image restore to begin. The IP and MAC addresses of the client computers that are connected and waiting for the GhostCast session to start appear in the Connected Clients list along with their statuses.

11 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer 11 Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer To restore the client computers with the image file that you have created 1 Create an image definition. 2 Create a template configuration set to apply new configuration settings to your client computers. 3 Create a task that includes the Clone and Configuration steps. 4 Execute the task. Creating an image definition An image definition contains the properties of an image, including the location and a description. To create an image definition 1 On the Console server, on the Windows taskbar, click Start > Programs > Symantec Ghost > Ghost Console. 2 In the Symantec Ghost Console, in the left pane, expand the Configuration Resources folder. 3 Expand the Images folder, then select the folder in which to store the new image definition. 4 On the File menu, click New > Image. 5 In the Properties For New Image window, in the Name box, type the name for the new image definition. 6 In the Location box, type the file name and location of the image file of the model computer that you created. 7 Click OK.

12 12 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer Creating a template configuration set A template configuration set lets you apply configuration settings to all the new client computers. To create a template configuration set 1 In the Symantec Ghost Console, in the left pane, expand the Configuration Resources folder. 2 Expand the Configurations folder, then select the folder in which to store the new template configuration set. 3 On the File menu, click New > Configuration. 4 In the Properties For New Configuration Set window, type a name for your new template configuration set. 5 In the Target OS field, select the target operating system: Windows 9x/Me, Windows NT4, Windows 2000/XP. 6 Check Allow template settings to create a template so that the configuration settings can be applied to a group of computers. You can set the following details for the template configuration set: User Name Computer Name Workgroup/Domain membership TCP/IP Settings Default Gateway DNS Configuration WINS Configuration Novell NetWare client

13 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer 13 To specify a user name 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, in the left pane, click User Name. 2 Check Apply User Name. 3 Type the new user name. For a template configuration set, the default computer name appears in the Computer Name page as Computer N*****. When the task runs, the wildcard stars are replaced with a number unique to each computer. You can increase or decrease the number of stars, and you can alter the alphabetical part of the name. For example, if you create computers for the Administration department, set the computer name to Admin *****. To specify the computer name 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, in the left pane, click Computer Name. 2 Check Apply Computer name. 3 In the space provided, type the computer name. 4 If you are setting up a Windows 2000 or XP configuration and want the NetBIOS computer name to be applied as part of the configuration, check Apply NetBIOS Computer name. You can set validation registry settings for logging on to Windows 9x or Me computers. To specify the computer workgroup or domain for Windows 9x or Me computers 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, in the left pane, click Workgroup/Domain Membership. 2 Check Apply Workgroup, then type the workgroup name. 3 If you want the computer logon to be validated by a domain server, check Apply Logon Validation, then select the domain name from the drop-down list. 4 If you want the computer to log on to the specified domain, check Log on to Windows NT/2000/XP Domain.

14 14 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer To specify the computer workgroup or domain for Windows NT/2000/XP computers 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, in the left pane, click Workgroup/Domain Membership. 2 If you want the computer to be added to a workgroup or domain as part of the configuration, check Apply Member of. 3 To add the computer to a workgroup, select Workgroup, then type the workgroup name. 4 To add the computer to a domain, select Domain, then complete the Domain fields. To complete the Domain fields 1 Click the drop-down list, then select the appropriate domain. 2 If you want to add the computer to an Active Directory container in the domain, check Add to Active Directory Container. 3 Specify the Active Directory container by doing one of the following: Enter the path to the container, relative to the domain. Click Browse, then select the container from the list of those available on the domain. You must be logged on to the domain to be able to browse for a container. If you want to preserve any computers that are already in a container, uncheck Move computers that are currently in a container. If you leave this checked, all computers are placed in the specified container. You can specify the IP addresses to apply to the target computers. You can choose between DHCP or a static IP address. This choice must match the image file when the configuration change is part of a cloning task. However, for a task that only changes the configuration, this setting must match the setting on the current computer.

15 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer 15 To apply IP addresses to the client computers 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, click TCP/IP Settings. 2 Specify whether the target computers use dynamic or static IP addresses: To use dynamic IP addresses, click Target machine uses DHCP server to obtain the IP Address. To use static IP addresses, click Target machine has static IP address. If you are using static IP addresses, follow the next three steps to specify the address information. 3 If you want to assign new IP addresses to the target computers, check Apply IP Address. 4 If you are setting up a configuration for a single computer, type the IP address. If you are setting up a configuration template, in the From and To boxes, type the IP address range for a computer group. 5 In the Subnet Mask box, type the subnet mask. To specify default gateway information 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, click Default Gateway. 2 Check Apply Default Gateway. 3 If you need to add a new address, click Add. 4 In the Default Gateway IP Address dialog box, type the address. 5 Click OK. To specify DNS configuration information 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, click DNS Configuration. 2 If the configuration is for Windows 9x, Me, or NT4 computers, check Apply DNS Host Name. 3 In the adjacent box, type the host name. If you are setting up a configuration template, you must include at least one asterisk (*) wildcard character. 4 Check Apply DNS Domain, then type the domain name. 5 Check Apply DNS Server Addresses. 6 If you need to add a new address, click Add. 7 In the DNS Server IP Address dialog box, type the address. 8 Click OK.

16 16 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer Creating a task To specify WINS server information 1 In the Properties for New Configuration Set window, in the left pane, click WINS Configuration. 2 Check Apply WINS Server. 3 If you need to add a new address, click Add. 4 In the WINS Server IP Address dialog box, type the address. 5 Click OK. To use the Console to restore a client computer, you must create a task. The task contains the details that the Console requires to restore a client computer. To create a task 1 In the Symantec Ghost Console, in the left pane, expand the Tasks folder. 2 Expand the folder in which to store the new task. 3 On the File menu, click New > Task. 4 Set the task properties. On the General tab, specify the target computers and select the task steps that you want to include. To set General task properties 1 In the Properties For New Task window, on the General tab, in the Name box, type the name for the new task. 2 Under Task Steps, check the task steps that you want to include in this task. For example: Click Clone to create a task that restores a client computer. Click Configuration to create a task that configures a client computer. Click Refresh Configuration to update the default client computer configuration on the Symantec Ghost Console to the current setting. 3 In the Target Machine Group/Machine box, click Browse.

17 Installing a boot partition Restoring client computers with the image file of the model computer 17 4 In the Select Target window, select the computer, machine group, or dynamic machine group to which you want to apply the task. 5 Click OK. You can choose to use the Wake on Lan (WOL) functionality on the Wake on Lan tab. You can set the details of the image file to use for cloning on the Clone tab. To set Clone properties 1 On the Clone tab, in the Destination drive box, type a drive number, if required. 2 Under Image, click Browse. 3 Select the image that was created of the model computer, then click OK. 4 If you are cloning a Windows NT/2000/XP operating system, you can change the SID on each of your target computers using Symantec Ghost Walker. To do this, check Use Ghost Walker to perform a SID change on the target machine. For more information on Symantec Ghost Walker, see the Symantec Ghost Reference Guide. You can select how the client computers are to be configured after cloning. Table 1-1 Option Default Template Client computer settings Description Restores the original settings when this computer was first connected to the Symantec Ghost Console. Applies a set of configuration settings from the template that you previously created to each computer in the group. To apply default settings to the client computers On the Configuration tab, click Default. To apply a template configuration set to the client computers 1 On the Configuration tab, click Template. 2 Click Browse, then, in the Select Configuration window, select the template that you want. 3 Click OK.

18 18 Installing a boot partition Symantec Ghost functionality Viewing and executing a task You can view details of the task before executing it to ensure that you have set up the task correctly. You can execute the task at any time. To view task details before execution 1 In the Symantec Ghost Console, in the left pane, expand the Tasks folder. 2 In the Tasks pane, select the task that you want to view. 3 On the View menu, click Task Scenario. To execute a task 1 In the Symantec Ghost Console, in the left pane, expand the Tasks folder. 2 In the Tasks pane, select the task that you want to execute. 3 On the File menu, click Execute Task. Symantec Ghost functionality Once you have completed a restore task on the Console, you can start using the other functionality within Symantec Ghost. For more information, see the Symantec Ghost Implementation Guide. Copyright (c) 2005 Symantec Corporation. All rights reserved. Symantec, the Symantec logo, and Ghost are U.S. registered trademarks of Symantec Corporation. Other brands and products are trademarks of their respective holder/s.

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