Between 2001 to 2010, I created the "Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk" project; which was a DOS-based floppy disk that had networking support. Back in the day I extensively used this for Ghost imaging at Schools I was working with.
Much like the floppy disk drive itself, this project is no longer mantained.
An archival copy of the original website has been moved to the
Universal TCP/IP Network Bootdisk page
This domain continues to host my personal email.
Today my computer imaging needs are met by PXE Booting, primarily the fantastic the linux based FOG Project. It's some what similar in concept to the old Symantec Ghost Solution Suite / "Ghost Console" server setup - but much more reliable and free!