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These are the stages:

*Create a boot disk with the LAN drivers you require, and use it to boot to the network.

*Logon using the NET LOGON command as Martin Zugec suggested.

*Map a drive to your Ghost image share using the NET USE command.

*Restore your image.

If you use the boot disk I pointed you to earlier, it prompts to logon, and map a drive, so all you will need to do is create a little batch file to restore the image, or do it manually by executing the DOS ghost executable.

A little advise- make sure your boot disk, or image batch file loads the mouse driver if you intend to restore the image manually.



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