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install ghost client
Aug 17th, 2006 at 6:14am
 
I installed Ghost 2003 Enterprise Console Client but, it does not put any shortcuts in my Windows Start menu. I followed the tutorial step by step, but I still have no shortcuts.

As the tutorial included with the software makes extensive usage of those shortcuts, I don't know where to start.

After installing, my computer name is enlisted on the server, but from where should I start making the images of my drives?

Possibly related: I also had trouble as computer I installed the client on had 2 Network Cards, and Ghost Installer kept saying it will use only one network driver, but did not mention which one of the two. I solved it by manually removing one of the netcards and reinstalling Ghost client.
 
 
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Re: install ghost client
Reply #1 - Aug 17th, 2006 at 8:46am
 
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Ghost 2003
Enterprise Console Client

Confusion factor--*Ghost 2003* refers to the *retail* version of Ghost--no *Console Client* terminology is used with it.

*Enterprises Console Client* terminology is used in the *corporate* version of Ghost--most commonly versions 6.x through 8.xx.

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it does not put any shortcuts in my Windows Start menu

Sure sounds like an install issue--may want to uninstall and re-install.  Look for options asking if you want to create a program group in the Start Menu--or look for option for a *custom installation* to see if that gives you any such options.

Did all the program elements get installed to the system in a program directory?  Potentially, could create your own shortcuts!?

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I solved it by manually removing one of the netcards and reinstalling Ghost client.

As you say, you *solved it* by removing the one card--so it should have nothing to do with the *shortcuts missing* problem.
 

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