Creating a CD boot disk with Ghost 11
I have looked at a bunch of forums answering different variations of this question but none of them have solved my problem. I would like to create a cd boot disk that once booted runs automatically. I know the command line to get it to run through ghost without having to do anything. The real problem is getting the computer to load both the NIC, and the CD drivers. I can get the nic with the network boot package in the boot wizard but it doesnt load the driver for the cd rom. I think i can get the CD drivers when I do the 'CD/DVD Startup Boot Package with Ghost' but the nic wont work then. Most of the forums I have run into are talking about ghost 8.0 or they now what files to edit and how to put them on the CD. I'm pretty new to this and I'm using CD-R's so I cant really edit files after they are on the CD. I have heard about PXE booting and creating/restoring images that way but it seems more complicated than just having the end user pop in a CD and select boot from CD. Btw we have multiple plants across the US and I still wondering if this would be the best route...transferring that much info.
ps. Is the client machine going to take down the network when it is trying to find the ghost server?