Building more than 10 macbooks at a time - enterprise

my company is buying some mac-books and i was wondering of you have any suggestions of building them all at once or maybe similar to Windows ghosting
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Daniel HelgenbergerCommented:
In Mac OS, its build in Do the following:

- Configure one Mac,
- Reboot into Recovery Partition of this Mac,
- Open Disk Utility,
- Use Restore to copy the whole 'macintosh hd' boot volume to another (eg USB) drive

- Plug this drive in the next mac,
- Boot into the Recovery Partition of the USB drive,
- Redo the Restore Process, but this time from the USB drive to the internal drive.

- Continue until done.

There is a very nice open project called Deploy Studio, basically this is WDS for Mac. Easy to setup. Build an image, upload it and then deploy the rest via Network.
For 10 you might be even faster this way.

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Just to add my 2 cents. Deploy Studio works well. I do 600+ macs every summer with it. For ten, helg solution may be just as efficient.
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