Hello all, So I've set up a server environment to provide a Mac Reseller the ability to use an image capture of a clean/fresh install of Yosemite 10.10.4. I chose to use the NetRestore Image process within the System Image Utility service > saved to an SSD in my OWC Thunderbolt - 4 bay drive. I did this process 4 x's, because I am using the network drive independently (as 4 individual drives, rather than 1 aka RAID). I decided to the 4 separate, because our switch size is 24 total ports, so essentially deploying an image to 23 machines at a time. So I assumed 23 /4 ( each SSD drive) = better timing; versus 23/1 (previous set up was 1 usb 3.0 external ssd hard drive). So on the previous setting of a usb 3.0 - SSD external harddrive, I did not make any partitions, however I did host another identical restore image within the machine's internal hard drive, to go along with the external ssd hard drive. ----We were deploying/restoring machines within 12-19 minutes, and crushed the amount we did. Now that I'm on the new setup of a thunderbolt OWC brand, 4 bay, 2.5 SSD network drive. - booting the machines into the network image files (again, i have 4, 1 for each of the SSD bays), the process freezes eventually, and only a few out of the 'massive' batch of machines ported in at that time, make it all the way through the process. I am really frustrated because we increased our technology but the results are worse... Does anyone have any suggestions, or input? Thanks!