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Contents.History Binary Research developed Ghost in, New Zealand. After the Symantec acquisition, a few functions (such as translation into other languages) were moved elsewhere, but the main development remained in Auckland until October 2009 at which time much was moved to India. Technologies developed by 20/20 Software were integrated into Ghost after their acquisition by Symantec in April 2000. Ghost 3.1 The first versions of Ghost supported only the cloning of entire disks. However, version 3.1, released in 1997 supports cloning individual. Ghost could clone a disk or partition to another disk or partition or to an image file. Ghost allows for writing a clone or image to a second disk in the same machine, another machine linked by a parallel or network cable, a network drive, or to a tape drive.Ghost 4.0 and 4.1 Version 4.0 of Ghost added technology, following the lead of a competitor,.
Multicasting supports sending a single image simultaneously to other machines without putting greater stress on the network than by sending an image to a single machine. This version also introduced Ghost Explorer, a program which supports browsing the contents of an image file and extract individual files from it. Explorer was subsequently enhanced to support adding and deleting files in an image with, and later with,. Until 2007, Ghost Explorer could not edit NTFS images. Ghost Explorer could work with images from older versions but only slowly; version 4 images contain indexes to find files rapidly. Version 4.0 also moved from to. The additional memory available allows Ghost to provide several levels of for images, and to provide the file browser.
In 1998, Ghost 4.1 supports password-protected images.Ghost 5.0 (Ghost 2000) Version 5.0 moved to. Unlike the of earlier versions, 5.0 uses a (GUI). The Binary Research logo, two stars revolving around each other, plays on the main screen when the program is idle.
Princess lover episode 1 english dubbed. In 1998, Gdisk, a script-based, was integrated in Ghost. Gdisk serves a role similar to, but has greater capabilities.Ghost for NetWare A Norton Ghost version for (called 2.0), released around 1999, supports partitions (although it runs in, like the others).Ghost 6.0 (Ghost 2001) Ghost 6.0, released in 2000, includes a management console for managing large numbers of machines. The console communicates with client software on managed computers and allows a to refresh the disk of a machine remotely.As a DOS-based program, Ghost requires machines running Windows to reboot to DOS to run it. Ghost 6.0 requires a separate DOS partition when used with the console.Ghost 7.0 / Ghost 2002 Released March 31, 2001, Norton Ghost version 7.0 (retail) was marketed as Norton Ghost 2002 Personal Edition.Ghost 7.5 Released December 14, 2001, Ghost 7.5 creates a virtual partition, a DOS partition which actually exists as a file within a normal Windows file system.
This significantly eased systems management because the user no longer had to set up their own partition tables. Ghost 7.5 can write images to discs.
Later versions can write.Symantec Ghost 8.0 Ghost 8.0 can run directly from Windows. It is well-suited for placement on bootable media, such as ′s bootable CD. The corporate edition supports, and transfers via. Ghost 8.0 supports NTFS file system, although NTFS is not accessible from a DOS program.Transition from DOS The off-line version of Ghost, which runs from bootable media in place of the installed operating system, originally faced a number of driver support difficulties due to limitations of the increasingly obsolete 16-bit environment. Driver selection and configuration within DOS was non-trivial from the beginning, and the limited space available on floppy disks made disk cloning of several different disk controllers a difficult task, where different SCSI, USB, and CD-ROM drives were involved. Mouse support was possible but often left out due to the limited space for drivers on a floppy disk. Some devices such as USB often did not work using newer features such as USB 2.0, instead only operating at 1.0 speeds and taking hours to do what should have taken only a few minutes.
As widespread support for DOS went into decline, it became increasingly difficult to get hardware drivers for DOS for the newer hardware.Disk imaging competitors to Ghost have dealt with the decline of DOS by moving to other recovery environments such as, or, where they can draw on current driver development to be able to image newer models of disk controllers. Nevertheless, the DOS version of Ghost on compatible hardware configurations works much faster than most of the.nix based image and backup tools.Ghost 8 and later are Windows programs; as such, they can run on Windows PE, or and use the same plug and play hardware drivers as a standard desktop computer, making hardware support for Ghost much simpler.Norton Ghost 2003 Norton Ghost 2003, a consumer edition of Ghost, was released on September 6, 2002.
Available as an independent product, Norton Ghost 2003 was also included as a component of Norton SystemWorks 2003 Professional. A simpler, non-corporate version of Ghost, Norton Ghost 2003 does not include the console but has a Windows front-end to script Ghost operations and create a bootable Ghost. The machine still needs to reboot to the virtual partition, but the user does not need to interact with DOS. Symantec deprecated support for Norton Ghost 2003 in early 2006.Symantec Ghost Solution Suite 1.0 (Ghost 8.2). Symantec Ghost 8.2Released November 15, 2004, Symantec renamed the Enterprise version of Ghost to Symantec Ghost Solution Suite 1.0. This helped clarify the difference between the consumer and business editions of the product. This was further defined in February 2006, with the release of Norton Save And Restore (also known as Norton Backup And Restore), a standalone backup application based on Ghost 10.0.Symantec Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 (Ghost 8.3) Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 is a bundle of an updated version of Ghost, Symantec Client Migration (a user data and settings migration tool) and the former PowerQuest equivalent, DeployCenter (using PQI images).
Ghost Solution Suite 1.1 was released on December 2005. It can create an image file that is larger than 2 GB.
(In Ghost 8.2 or earlier, such image files are automatically split into two or more segments, so that each segment has a maximum size of 2 GB.) Other new features include more comprehensive manufacturing tools, and the ability to create a 'universal boot disk'. Acquisition of PowerQuest At the end of 2003, Symantec acquired its largest competitor in the disk-cloning field. On August 2, 2004, Norton Ghost 9.0 was released as a new consumer version of Ghost, which is based on PowerQuest's version 7, and provides Live imaging of a Windows system. Ghost 9 continues to leverage the PowerQuest file format, meaning it is not backward compatible with previous versions of Ghost. However, a version of Ghost 8.0 is included on the Ghost 9 recovery disk to support existing Ghost customers.Norton Ghost 9.0 (includes Ghost 2003) Ghost 9.0 was released August 2, 2004. It represents a significant shift in the consumer product line from Ghost 2003, in several ways:. It uses a totally different code base, based on the / product via Symantec's acquisition of.
It is a Windows program that must be installed on the target system. Images can be made while Windows is running, rather than only when booted directly into DOS mode. images (containing only changes since the last image) are supported. Requires in order to function fully.
The bootable environment on the Ghost 9 CD is only useful for recovery of existing backups.