Ghost boot disk into virtual server

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Boot disk
Ghost Boot Disk
Virtual Server
Windows Server 2003
Our images have been moved to a virtual server. Since then our ghost boot disks fail to recognize the server. I can create a boot disk, but what string or command prompt do I have to use to access the virtual server? So far "Net Use" to map to the drive does not work. Any help is greately appreciated.

Software/Hardware used:
Windows Server 2003, Windows XP
ASKED: February 23, 2010  7:15 PM
UPDATED: March 1, 2010  3:27 PM

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The virtual server is seen as any other device on the network despite being virtual as compared to physical. From a windows machine, can you ping the server? It’s possible the firewall has been enabled (on the Virtual Server) which would block sharing attempts even if the folder itself is shared.

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  • Storm11
    Thanks. It turns out the servers hadn't been "registered" in the Wins (or so I was told by our network admins).
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