This window displays the type of boot disks that you can create. This table lists the type of boot disk that you should create depending upon the intended use

Table 3-1 Intended use of Ghost
Intended use
Ghost Boot Wizard options
Local use of Ghost.exe:
  • Disk-to-disk
  • Partition-to-partition
  • Disk or partition to and from local JAZ or ZIP drive
You can use either of the following options:
  • Standard Ghost Boot Disk
  • Network Boot Disk
  • Clone, back up, or restore over peer-to-peer connection between two computers using LPT, FireWire, or USB cable
Standard Ghost Boot Disk
  • Clone, back up, or restore over TCP/IP peer-to-peer connection with network support between two computers
Network Boot Disk
  • Back up or restore a computer onto an image file on a CD/DVD on a CD/DVD writer supported by Symantec Ghost
Standard Ghost Boot Disk
  • Restore a computer from a Ghost image file on a CD on a CD-R/RW drive not supported by Symantec Ghost. The image file was not stored on the CD using Symantec Ghost. Contains generic CD drivers
  • Access files other than a Ghost image file on a CD
CD/DVD Startup Disk with Ghost
  • Map a drive on a workstation to a shared resource on a server and use Symantec Ghost to clone, back up, or restore
Drive Mapping Boot Disk
  • Install the Console boot partition on a client computer
Console Boot Partition