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  • Date: 9-08-2014, 09:45
9-08-2014, 09:45

Lynda - Imaging and Deploying Macintosh Computers

Category: Tutorials

Lynda - Imaging and Deploying Macintosh Computers
Lynda - Imaging and Deploying Macintosh Computers | 516MB
Duration: 4h 51m | Video: AVC (.mp4) 1280x720 15fps | Audio: AAC 48KHz 2ch
Genre: eLearning | Level: Intermediate | Language: English

Faced with deploying a Macintosh network of dozens, hundreds, or even thousands of computers? Imaging your systems can help. Imaging saves you time and gives your users a consistent experience at every workstation. Sean Colins has been performing system admin tasks like imaging for nearly twenty years. Here, he shares his techniques for creating a master image you can deploy throughout your organization. These include restoring a Mac to a standard configuration, with or without a network; one-to-one deployments; building a portable hard drive that will help you troubleshoot issues on the go; rebooting troubled systems over the network; and adopting a modular workflow that will save you time building masters.
Topics include:
* Exploring the monolithic and modular imaging methodologies
* Working with Fusion Drives and Recovery partitions
* Ensuring physical security and installing a firmware password
* Choosing source hardware
* Installing apps
* Building a complete monolithic master for imaging
* Deploying apps and accounts in a modular master system
* Building a base master
* Performing hard-drive-to-hard-drive imaging
* Exploring VLANs
* Performing network-to-network imaging
* Deploying using NetInstall or DeployStudio across a network

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