This is a discussion on Best way to create a network drive to a laptop domain member for imaging - Network ; My daughter has an old PII with the system drive way too full. I'd like to image the system drive and the slave to my laptop then reverse the master-slave configuration and restore the images but with the system partition ...
My daughter has an old PII with the system drive way too full. I'd
like to image the system drive and the slave to my laptop then reverse
the master-slave configuration and restore the images but with the
system partition going on the larger drive (now master).
All this would be pretty straightforward if my laptop weren't a domain
member and if my daughter's internet provider weren't using a proxy
server arrangement that makes authentication into the domain
I would normally simply use Bart's boot disk to create network drives
to a couple of shared folders on the laptop and then use Ghost to do
the imaging and restoring (I do this sort of thing all the time at home
when I make backup images of my laptop).
The problem, of course, is that MSClient on Bart's BD can't get
authenticated by my domain server so I can't mount a network drive to a
folder on my laptop.
Is there any solution to this other than removing my laptop temporarily
from the domain--which I don't want to do because everything is working
splendidly on my laptop at the moment?