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Discussion in 'Windows XP' started by WebGuy16, Feb 2, 2005.

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    Jan 31, 2005
    I recently became a network administrator in charge of only about 150 computers. However since i am only 17, this is the largest enviorment that i have worked in, let alone been THE one and only admin, and it is a very big deal to me.
    I was looking for some practical advice. I recently recieved 24 new dell computers that i ordered for one of the new labs. I was wondering if anyone knew the best way to set it up. I am mostly talking about profiles, for example, i am giving all of the people who use that lab a generic login so i want all the computers to look, feel, act, and behave the same. I figure the best way to do this is simply get norton ghost and ghost a copy to my server then copy it to each machine, however since i just spent all of my budget (plus some) this is not an option.
    My question in a nutshell is; What is the best way to transfer all the settings of one computer (printers/desktop/start-menu ect...) to another computer using free or no software help... Thank you even just for reading this!
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