I am testing with the trial version of Ghost CE but can not get any client or boot disk to connect to my ghostserver. Keeps giving me the error of Error Number: (505)
Message: Failed to join GhostCast Session with GhostCode 19901


I have the firewall turned off on my server. Any ideas???
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As far as I tested Ghost CE, I discovered that some switches and routers do not allow muticast in the default configuration. Have you checked that?
Answered 01/19/2005 by: BEP
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I am having the same problem except I am running the full version of Ghost Console 8.0 (Error Number: (505) Message: Failed to join GhostCast Session with GhostCode 19901). I have no problem if the PC is on the same subnet as the Ghost Server so I assume my problem has to be with the different subnet. How do I set Ghost up to access my other subnets? I thought it would be as simple as going into the Network location and add the subnets but that has solved nothing. The machines on the separate subnet from the Ghost server is setup for DHCP so my disk is also setup for DHCP. Do I need to configure the boot disk differently? I read where you have to have the PC and the Ghost server on the same subnet for version 5.0 but I can't believe that as highly developed as Ghost is now, they would have you limited in such a way.

I don't know this software that well but I did try to use Direct Cast instead of MultiCast and puting in the Ghost Server IP address manually instead of Automatic with no change. Any help would be appreciated.
Answered 03/10/2006 by: rlshill
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