Hi, I'm just wondering if anyone had an experience similar to my own. Currently I'm evaluating TI Ent. Server 9.1 demo and I'm trying to do remote image on Linux (Fedora 7) machine. Linux agent is installed, port 9876 is open in FC7 firewall, snapapi26 for current FC7 2.6 kernel is also installed (thank you guys at support for latest 0.7.24 rpm ) and I'm able to connect to the remote FC7 machine through management console installed on my WinXP laptop. Image should be created on external USB2.0 harddrive attached to remote FC7 machine. It's NTFS drive, but NTFS support for FC7 is installed and it's working, both reading and writing (at least I've been able to create new folders, should that be good enough sign that everything is OK with NTFS write support?). And finally we get to the problem - all seems to be right in management console, wizard is flying, but then when image creation should start to make some progress, it's all stuck at /boot partition. Cancel button is useless. Hard drive on remote machine is idle. SSH-ing to remote machine reveals that machine is generally responsive, excluding the /boot partition. Simple ls -al /boot gets stuck forever, cannot even be canceled with usual ctrl+c combo. Reboot or shutdown commands also got stuck. Has anyone had similar experiences?