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Creating NetBoot, NetInstall & NetRestore Images

Everyone has a different reason for writing a blog. I do it for the newbees who can step into the world of Mac but at the same time, I use the blogs as reference manual for myself and use then when needed.

Since quite some time I had been thinking on writing a document on this but I came across this Apple KB. Please visit here: HT202061

This will help you as starter to create NetBoot, NetInstall and NetRestore images. If you are even newer and need to understand these terms, you can visit here:

And if you want to do it via command line, visit this KB article:

I follow the non Apple way when it comes to Imaging the OS, its personal preference. Hope these articles will lead you to much advance and helpful ones as well.



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