Most people probably already know about ghosting, but I just wanted to post a few things I have found and what took me a while to do might save somebody a little time.

To make a Ghost Boot CD, I merely take a bootable floppy and burn a Bootable CD using Nero by selecting to use the floppy as the source.

To be able to use multiple NIC cards, create a different folder for each NIC card and drag the driver.dos and PROTOCOL.ini file in that folder. You then modify the config.sys file to something like this:
[menu]
MENUITEM=E100B, Intel Pro 100B VE - NetVista
MENUITEM=E1000, Intel Pro 1000 - 8183, 8189, 8215, T60

[E100B]
DEVICE=\net\protman.dos /I:\e100b
DEVICE=\net\dis_pkt.dos
DEVICE=\e100b\E100B.dos

[E1000]
DEVICE=\net\protman.dos /I:\e1000
DEVICE=\net\dis_pkt.dos
DEVICE=\e1000\E1000.dos

-Hyperlite
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