The M$ SCT Windows Disk Protection uses unallocated space to cache disk
writes to the destined for the Windows partition. The idea is that
changes can be undone at the end of a session & the original
configuration rstored. As a school network admin, this is VERY attractive.

There have been several posts on the M$ SCT forum saying that there are
problems with Symantec GHOST making the unallocated space into a
partition. This requires intervention before the SCT will work.

We will be implementing ZIS later this year & I was wondering if anyone
has tried imaaging a PC which as the SCT Windows Disk Protection

Keith Bailey
Computer Manager
Kingsbury High School