- By Kevin M. White
- Aug 20, 2008
This chapter is from the book
What You’ve Learned
- When defining requirements for a system image, you must take into consideration user requirements, computer-specific requirements,
software update requirements, and the limitations of using a unified system image.
- You can create a deployable Mac OS X v10.5 system image by cloning a model system that you have already configured.
- You can create a cleaner and easier-to-update system image by building a modular system using prebuilt and custom installation
- You can use the Apple Software Restore system to quickly restore system images both locally and via the network.
- There are a variety of third-party tools that can help you create both Mac OS X v10.5 and Boot Camp deployable system images.