Here's my problem: I have a net with static IPs that is hooked directly to the Internet -- no NAT (but I do have a firewall!). When I start a bootable rescue disk, it picks up DHCP from outside the firewall and I end up with an unusable "external" IP. I have to shut down the router/firewall, boot the rescue disk, then go to the Options ethernet setup, fill in the static IP that is for inside the firewall, go back the restart the router. then I can use Computers near me. What I'd like to see is a way to disable or erase the DHCP supplied IP info and override it with my own. Wishlist item. Meanwhile, TrueImage is a TOTAL WINNER. You guys have created the tool of my dreams for managing disks and creating disaster recovery processes. THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH!!!!!!