Ghost USB Boot V.S. Ghost PXE Boot
Hi I'm a new user on these forums.
I have Ghost deployment center set up and the PXE boot is working fine. It's running on MS Windows Server 2003, I also have Ghost Cast Server set up, for imaging on the same Server.
This is my issue.
I am using the Network Boot Image created by the Ghost Boot Wizard.
When I boot off this Image from USB on a client station, everything works flawlessly, both dumping an image to the server share, and deploying image onto a client.
However, when I network boot from the client, the PXE works fine, the Ghost 11.5 Interface loads properly, the Cast Session is identified correctly by the client station, but when I proceed to begin imaging I get the following error on the client station GhostCast Session failed with GhostCode 19903, and on the Server the response is "waiting for clients to connect"
What is the difference between running the GhostCast Session with booting off USB, and using the same boot image for PXE Boot?
Why is everything successfull in the one instance, and only partially successfully in the other (the failure being that the server doesn't recognise that the client is connected to the Cast Session).
What am I doing wrong?