What is golden Imaging? Cant it be used with VM Ware and Norton Ghost.
How is it different from normal imaging?
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-What is golden Imaging?

Hmmmm... Well golden used to be an OS with no servicepack, the first realise. Can it be what you looking for.

Answered 03/28/2007 by: SaiTech
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Dont know much about it. I think it is different from the normal imaging. But it can be related to what u said. Cos i searched for it online and could nt find out much about it.

Answered 04/01/2007 by: India_Repackaging
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I think you are reffering to a stage in the imaging process.
To refer to a 'gold' image, is the latest and greatest image that you are using in your production environtment.

For example, if I create an image, I will want to test it out before deploying it, I will call this image an RC1 image (release candidate 1) which means if all of the tests pass and it is how I want it to be, then this could potentially become a 'gold' image.

Does this sound more like what you are trying to search for?
Answered 04/30/2007 by: styxx_78
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