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Disk cloning in winnt server

By excel_gid ·
A windows nt server system has its all the partitions NTFS. Is there any software like norton ghost which can make image of any NTFS Partition and can be restored from dos prompt later in case of disaster.

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by itnetman In reply to Disk cloning in winnt ser ...

Norton's Ghost will do this for you.

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by excel_gid In reply to Disk cloning in winnt ser ...

Norton Ghost works only on nt workstation not on server

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by Alpha-Male In reply to Disk cloning in winnt ser ...

Ghost is generally considered teh best product for this. If you mean you'd like an alternative to Ghost, I have heard good things about Powerquest's Drive Image. It also supports NTFS...

Hope this helps. Good Luck!

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by rfidgeon In reply to Disk cloning in winnt ser ...

I use DriveImagePro V4.0 by PowerQuest and I have created and restored images of NT Server, Workstation, and Win2K and Win95 machines, all over the network. I have the program itself installed on a Win2k Workstation, and use the same machine as a "storage" point. The program runs from a boot disk in DOS mode at the local machine and goes to the 'storage' disk over the network. It is a fairly quick restore method depending on how large the original drive was, and it also allows compression to save storage space. I would hoghly recommend this method.

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