Can't generate an usefull pendrive with Ghost Boot Wizard for mapping network drive
I work at UNICAMP, a public university in Brazil.
Months ago we purchased the Ghost Solution Suite and one of the features we use is the generation of bootable pendrivers or CDs to map a network drive and create or recovery an image from the network. We are using GSS 2.5.1 and I believe all tools are the most recent version.
We can use this feature sucessfully with almost all network cards, but for Intel Pro 1000 family it fails, always.
When I try the option for multiple cards ghost fails to find the network card.
When I try to use the option for only Intel Pro 1000, same bug.
When I try to use Intel's lastest dos driver for Intel Pro 1000, ghost can find the network card but fails to map the network drive (I'm getting "sys0006 error" and a message that the "resquest service" is not started).
I already tried everything: pc-dos, ms-dos, old driver from intel's website. Nothing is fixing it. For example: today I got this bug with Intel DH55TC motherboards.
The workaround is to use "netboot6.5", a free solution to boot a machine in dos and map a network drive. This is very annoying, because the free solution works perfectly... why ghost fails to map the network driver when the machine has Intel Pro 100 as the network card?
Does anyone know how can I send this bug officially to Symantec and require a fix for it?