GhostPE Project

These are the current goals I have for the GhostPE project:
Create a working base XP PE disk = Done
Add Norton Ghost executables = Done
Create choice menu to select from = Done
Add network support = Done
Add network drivers = Done
Add a GUI (explorer, bbshell, etc) = Future maybe
Add some other useful tools to the final build = Future maybe
Make it PXE bootable = In Progress

Update: Nov 2012
Well, after using the above project at work for just short of a year,
I can say that it works better than I expected. Still a bit slower
boot times than a DOS based Norton Ghost, but that is the nature of
WinPE builds. Hope others are enjoying this minimalistic WinPE Ghost.

Credit goes where it should:
The NativeEx_Barebone project was created by reboot.pro's pscEx and community.
The
Winbuilder and Reboot.pro communities for creating some truely awesome software and projects.
Keep it up everyone, only you can stop yourself.
All drivers I used came from the
DriverPacks.net project.

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Individual scripts are now available
HERE!

You can also contribute to and follow this project here:
http://reboot.pro/15425/
FesterJester is my user. PM me if you like.

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Next project: A Windows 7 based Norton Ghost build
Goals:
Create a working base Win7 PE disk = In Progress
Add Norton Ghost executables = Waiting ^^
Add network support = Waiting ^^
Add network drivers = Waiting ^^
Add some other useful tools to the final build = Waiting

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A little about me:
I currently work IT for a local grocery chain by day and do various computer related projects by night.
I have graduated from WITC for IT Network specialist, but know much more than what was actually taught in college.
 (Thank's go to my professors)
I do NOT know everything, but I usually know where to look for info or help.

Thanks for looking,
FesterJester

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