I assume win xp? its a simple install a single computer then make a live cd from that computer to be sure all drivers are in place import corporate ghost there on live cd use sysprep from win xp to prepare computer for cloning put an image to some share boot computers from that live cd grab the image vuala well there are some mines like don't use oem windows for cloning otherwise you should type 80 s/n , use volume windows. If you want to change administrator password via sysprep leave it blanc in original computer
yeah but there are some mines limit of concurrent connections bandwidth of network cards, swithes, size of tables from my humble expierence faster is boot and to clone from network server share assumes you should boot from live cd and connect to server anyway and while you are packing out 5 computers , 5 ones is ready of course you can script it but its a little dangerous passwords, server with anonimous access etc computers without supervision booting and installing themselves again and again... well then you should reboot and change back bios settings takes time well for some time I had a floppies with ghost and network driver, but when count of that floppies gone over 20 and computers start to came without floppy drives...
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