No you can't. But to add my two cents (since someone emailed me tonight from England asking if I wanted a custom installer for Systemworks) I will share my reply:
I'd like to kick Symantec in the a** to tell the truth. *;-) Peter Norton should ask for his name back. Their latest Systemworks and NIS 2005 are so bloated and conflict so much with Microsoft Office that I think they have lost touch with reality (and certainly lost touch with any former cooperation with MS engineers).
I whacked NIS 2005 today in favor of AVG 7 and Windows Firewall. Symantec's myriad of NT Services on their software is beyond belief. And it doesn't stop spyware and adware worth a ding dong.
Thanks for the offer though. *;-)
Edit: BTW...if you want a restore program that works without requiring the user to possess the knowledge of an MCSA then get Acronis True Image. I did long ago! *;-) Wonderful program and it whips Ghost to pieces for home consumers.
Message Edited by Texruss on 12-28-2004 11:52 PM
Not sure about your 2 problems - other than reinstal - or call Symantec
Re: 2003 Norton Ghost - I tried to install by putting in disk and using the normal setup and trying to install only ghost.
This did not work.
Then I put the disk in -closed the auto stuff - and opend the disk thru My Computer - D drive or wherever disk is.
Then seached around the 2003 files and found Ghost - opened it and was pleased to see it was an exe file
It loaded for me from that specific file and smoothly integrated into my NSW2005 screen.
I let it load into it's default load location and see it as a seperate program in programs list - but it also added the link bar into NSW2005 and with the option link and help and support link.
Good job Ken!
BTW...my long-considered tutorial should help the original poster with his install problems.
Also....do you as a Symantec user want to get the best possible lifespan of Symantec free liveupdates to your 2004 product? Have it good until late December of 2005?
Sound interesting? Then check out this tutorial:
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