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Gnetic is a tool for creating and restoring backups. Also lets you clone computers over the network. You can make computer copies using a direct connection between two machines (Point-2-Point), or using the "link mode", which creates a chain of nodes that sends information like a bus-topology net. With this method, theoretically you can clone up to 64 computers (or as many as you specify) in the same time that 1 or 2 take.
released on 28 May 2010
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