DOS and network access is still an expert's only field. Support for such can be expensive which makes you research and learn the old rules of network access via DOS.
What can work is to create the image on another local drive and then use KNOPPIX or another ready to use bootcd to copy it up to the network drive.
From what I've read, the "bare metal" backup and restore was improved in newer versions of Ghost. But they still expect you to "know your stuff."
-> Some tell me Acronis has this area a bit more wired for those that don't want to learn old DOS tricks.
i am using ghost 2003 and i wanna make a imgage of my own computer through a mapped network drive and dump the image on the server,i think i am doint every thing right but when it boots up and it goes to the DOS it doesnt connect can any one plzzzzzzzzzz help me thanks