Using the SRC paramter with ghost32.exe
Trying to make ghost boot cd work with our Altiris 7.1 images files built with ghost. I want to have ghost open up directly to our folder on the Altiris server where our images are stored. If I do not specify a ghost image file within the SRC parameter I get an error. Does the SRC parameter require an image file for ghost in order to work properly????
This is what I used so far; this will pull the image '7HII02.gho" without user interaction:
X:\> ghost32.exe -clone,MODE=restore,SRC="Z:\TA\Win7\7HII02.gho",DST=1 -align=chs -sure
This image will download, works great and without any user interaction.
For example, if I chnage the SRC parameter above to: SRC="Z:\TA\Win7" I receive the error: "Cannot open image file Z:\TA\Win7 [Win32 error: (0x00000005) Access is denied.
I want two images available for downoad in the same folder: 7HII.gho and XPHII.gho. I have Hardware Independent Images for Windows XP and WIndows 7. I want them to be availabe in the same folder so the Helpdesk Tech can click on either image they need to use. I am not concerned about user interaction. They can click Yes or OK if requried. I am still new to the ghost executable and it's wide array of parameters.