|Aug 19, 2008, 08:46 PM||#1|
Deploying Software to Multiple Macs
We finally just got an Xserve for my I.T. department and I now have the ability to hopefully deploy software over our network. I'm looking for someone who has already done this that can help me out. The software I'd like to deploy this way is Final Cut Studio. I know this is a large program to deploy, but if I can't do it this way I'm forced to manually install it on the lab computers, which is about a weeks worth of work.
I seem to have NetRestore working, but I can't figure out how to deploy the individual software installs I'd like.
Any help/advice would be appreciated. Thanks.
MacBook Pro-MacBook-Aluminum iMac-iPhone 3G-iPod touch 8 GB
|Aug 20, 2008, 01:51 AM||#2|
I have called Apple about this, and talked to the rep for our school, and they do not recommend using Apples solution. It is buggy, and a real PITA to use properly. I use this solution instead: Link
It will not install just one piece of software, but instead a clone of a fully setup computer, pushing this "image" out to every machine you manually netboot.
MBA 1.8 i7 Sandy Bridge, 4GB Ram, 256GB SSD
i7 3770K, Asus Maximus IV Gene-Z, 16GB Ram, 12TB Raid 10
|Aug 20, 2008, 03:02 AM||#3|
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