Ccboot

CCBoot 3.0 Build 2015.02.24  

Posted by speedzodiac_ at March 2, 2015
CCBoot 3.0 Build 2015.02.24

CCBoot 3.0 Build 2015.02.24 Final | 21 MB

Diskless boot solution, easy to update & recovery software for Internet cafes, schools and companies. CCBoot is a diskless boot system which will restore a clean system after each reboot, keeping your computer clear of viruses and trojans. Update all your PC's with a single click. CCBoot saves you disk space in a very easy and convenient way.

Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.1 Build 20110722  

Posted by }|{yk at Jan. 11, 2012
Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.1 Build 20110722

Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.1 Build 20110722 | 4.17 Mb

CCBoot allows a diskless boot of either Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 2008 from an iSCSI target machine remotely located over a standard IP network. It's also known as network boot or lan boot. Diskless boot makes it possible for computers to be operated without a local disk. The diskless computer is connected to a hard drive over a network and boots up an operating system from a remotely located machine. CCBoot is the convergence of the rapidly emerging iSCSI protocol with PXE diskless boot technology. Thus it's also called PXE boot.

Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.0 Build 20101106  Software

Posted by yuriandrea at Feb. 25, 2011
Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.0 Build 20101106

Youngzsoft CCBoot v2.0 Build 20101106 | 6.5 MB

CCBoot allows a diskless boot of either Windows XP, Windows 2003, Windows Vista, Windows 7, or Windows 2008 from an iSCSI target machine remotely located over a standard IP network. Diskless boot makes it possible for computers to be operated without a local disk. The diskless computer is connected to a hard drive over a network and boots up an operating system from a remotely located machine. CCBoot is the convergence of the rapidly emerging iSCSI protocol with gPXE diskless boot technology. CCBoot offers a seamless diskless boot. Eliminating the need for a local hard drive opens a wide range of possibilities for network management. Using this configuration, the disks for many network computers can be centrally managed, thereby facilitating backup, redundancy, and dynamic allocation of valuable storage resources while at the same time reducing cost to the enterprise.