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Work as CCDISK

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  • As our other products have transitioned to the cloud, it's now time for CCDisk to receive an upgrade as well. Starting from version 2023 0824, CCBootCloud and CCDisk are integrated within the cloud panel.
  • And after version 20240420 CCDiskclient is integrated in CCBootclient.

  • Here are the notable changes:
  1. CCDisk now shares the same server and client setup as CCBootCloud.
  2. Similar to CCBootCloud, CCDisk is managed from the Cloud panel, although with different settings because of their distinct functionalities.
  3. The cloud panel section dedicated to CCDisk is labeled "Disk," whereas the corresponding section for CCBootCloud is labeled "Boot."
  4. If you set iCafeMenu to run before the desktop, it will not work because the disk is not ready before the desktop.
  5. If your license includes CCBootCloud and iCafeCloud, the game fix will run through iCafeMenu. If your license is for CCBootCloud only, the game fix will run through CCBootClient.
  6. Transitioning between CCBootCloud and CCDisk can be accomplished through the following steps:
  7. To change from CCBoot to CCDisk or visa versa done by settings
  8. Go to settings - center settings - CCDisk mode (Figure 1)
    a.Enable = CCDisk is enabled
    b.Disable = CCBoot is enabled

Figure 1

  1. Once CCDisk mode is enable it will stop TFTP services , DHCP services, DHCP proxy services.(Figure 2)

Figure 2

  1. The page will change from Boot to Disk once enabled include the settings inside. (Figure 3)

Figure 3

  1. The setup files can be found at settings - install links - CCBootCloud for the client setup. (Figure 4)

Figure 4

Install Server

  1. Once the CCBootCloud file is downloaded, double-click on it to start the setup. In the setup window, choose "CCBoot server installation" and click "Next”. (Figure 5)

Figure 5

  1. On the destination folder leave it as default C:\CCBoot and click next. (Figure 6)

Figure 6

  1. After selecting "CCBoot server installation," click "Next" on the "Select start menu folder" window, then click "Next" again on the "Select additional tasks" window. Finally, click "Install" to finish the installation.
    Select Launch CCBoot and Finish(Figure 7)

Figure 7

  1. Once the setup is complete, the CCBootCloud server will open and ask for your license and password. After you fill in this information, click "OK," and it will connect with the cloud.(Figure 8)

Figure 8

  1. Now, you can log in to your admin panel at and change the settings to CCDisk mode, as mentioned at the beginning of this manual.

Install Client

  1. Once you have downloaded the CCBootCloud file, double-click on it to start the setup. This action will open the setup window for CCBootClient. From there, select the “CCBoot Client installation” and click next to begin the installation process.(Figure 9)

Figure 9

  1. Continue with the installation steps. Once you reach the "Complete the installation" window, select "Launch CCBootCloud" and then click "Finish".(Figure 10)

Figure 10

  1. The next step is to disable UAC and set a static IP. Once that's done, you will be prompted to "Start Install Client." Click "Yes" to proceed. (Figure 11)

Figure 11

  1. You will be asked to install the NIC driver. You can skip this step by clicking "Cancel" because CCDisk doesn't require NIC drivers like CCBootCloud.(Figure 12)

Figure 12

  1. You can also skip the "Please reboot this PC and then upload image" step by selecting "No," as CCDiskCloud doesn't require an image to work, it's installed locally on the disk.(Figure 13)

Figure 13

  1. And now the installation is complete.
  2. When the client virtual disk is ready, ccbootclient.exe will execute C:\CCBootClient\DiskIsReady.bat. You can manually create the batch file and rename it to DiskIsReady.bat to add your own scripts for execution.