Just in case there's a machine that needs a jolly good ghosting
You will need:
The BartPE disk, which is labelled "Bart PE Vanilla - for Labs. No GHO"
The rubberised hard drive on top of Casper, the power supply and the USB cable, both of which are to the left of Casper's monitor.
Now do this at your target machine:
Boot your machine with Bart in the DVD drive (which is the master) and the USB drive plugged in before boot (power & USB) . That last bit is important because Bart doesn't seem to hotplug. The boot process takes several minutes because it's creating a Ramdisk and loading Windows XP in to memory.
Bart will ask if you want to configure the network. Don't bother, because it takes too long and you don't need it right now.
Bart's desktop is kind of odd, there's no "Start" button per se, but there's a nasty little gold "Go" button instead. Click on it and go hunting for the Symantec>Ghost32 launcher. It launches the familiar ghost GUI. Hopefully you know your way around it. You'll be rebuilding the disk from an image, which is called fallback_xp or something similar (don't use current_xp - it's a bit buggy). It'll take about 2 minutes to rebuild, but around 90% of the way through it will ask you to find the second part of the image - it's in the same place as the first part. Completion will take about 30 more seconds, after which you can quit Ghost32 and restart the machine (remember to take the disk out!).
You now have a shiny new machine, but you'll need to rename it, put it in the domain, and run regrunner, which is at C:\Program Files\Sanako\Lab\Lab 300\Duo\config\regrunner.exe. This will set up the machine for use in the Sanako lab. To put it in the domain you'll need the username and password.