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Topic # 22721 6-Jun-2008 10:33
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I have been looking for software to clone/mirror drives, and have been instructed to purchase Symantec Ghost...
At the Symantec website, the only reference i can find is "Ghost Solution Suite" and at the Norton NZ website, is GHOST 14.0...

What version do I need??? We run XP SP2, and i don't care about all the extra features... just want to be able to Clone my Primary drive and load the 'image' onto other drives as required... 
ALSO- must be able to convert from FAT16 to FAT32 and increase partition size while the image is going onto the new drives...

And dont tell me it can't be done!!! I did it yesterday with our technician people, but they wouldnt give me a copy of thier software (they were running GHOST 2.0 (OLD OLD VERSION))

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  Reply # 135917 6-Jun-2008 10:43
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Acronis is great, and I highly recommend Storagecraft Shadowprotect.




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  Reply # 135946 6-Jun-2008 12:13
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You might find the Ghost version 2.0 they were using wasn't that old at all.

Check out the Wiki page on Ghost:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ghost_(software)

There's Norton Ghost and then there's Ghost Solution Suite.

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