References To see the partitions on the client computer, use Gdisk to query the drive as follows:
gdisk64.exe [disknumber] or gdisk32.exe [disknumber]
The partition numbers will be listed for the drive number indicated in the command line. These are the partition numbers that Ghost uses when you specify a partition by number.
Related KB: TECH106776 Section: Dual booting Ghost supports dual booting with the Windows operating system and a supported Linux version only in a stand alone configuration. When using Ghost Multicast Server, GhostCast Server, or Ghost Console to work with a client computer, Ghost does not support dual booting on the client computer.
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