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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Sounds rude... but in my world the 'Golden Image' is your master image - whichever technology you use to create it
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Answered 03/26/2007 by: AB
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I've also heard of a baseline image referred to as a "Gold Disk". Where did you see the term used? It may just be a marketing thing being used to sound different/better.
Answered 03/26/2007 by: bkelly
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Hi,

I came across this term while reading something online. Curious to know more about it started to look for information. But was unable to find anything convincing.
The term seems to be normal imaging using Norton Ghost, VMWare or as a matter of fact any other technology. But it is differenet from normal imaging and this is what i am looking for.

Thanks & Regards

My apologies for being rude in my previous post.
Answered 03/26/2007 by: India_Repackaging
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You weren't being rude - I was playing on words :)

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31 OCT - 25 DEC

Groan...
Answered 03/27/2007 by: AB
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