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Creating Images of Apple OS X for deployment

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Does anyone know of a way of creating an image of an Apple Mac OS X build plus applications to deploy to other Macs of the same model - similar to Norton Ghost in the PC world?
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You can use Carbon Copy Cloner - http://www.bombich.com/software/ccc.html

Then look at NetRestore - http://www.bombich.com/software/netrestore.html

Between these two programs you can create an image file and restore it on ans many Macs as you want.

Happy cloning!
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