Barts Network Boot Disk provides an easy-to-use, customizable boot utility that works better than many of its competitors. Best of all, its free.
Barts Network Boot Disk handles a variety of tasks to connect network shares on Windows or Samba machines. The utility supports TCP/IP, IPX/SPX and NetBEUI protocols. Network applications can use the Packet driver interface when using SSH DOS or Ghost peer-to-peer/multicast.
I found Barts Network Boot Disk an efficient network boot utility that will enable users to save time and avoid snags when booting to shared network drives.
Users can create the boot disk via an automated download process or by manually picking capabilities and network card drivers. Network settings can be defined via automatic DHCP initialization, or users can specify network addresses.
In my tests, Barts Network Boot Disk outperformed other utilities available on the Web, as well as commercial varieties such as the network boot disk feature in Ghost 2003.
More information can be found at www.nu2. nu/bootdisk/network/index.php?p=1.