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Masters: List of all images located in the repository. To populate the Masters list (the base or bare metal images you will use in your workflows), you will need to use the DeployStudio Runtime. Scripts: Central repository for scripts to be run as part of workflows on computers specified (the existing scripts are mostly for Mac OS X 10.4 and should not be used to image computers with later versions of the OS). You can pull most scripts from your NetRestore deployment and use them on a DeployStudio deployment. You ll also find other scripts, more compatible with 10.5 and later, located in subfolders of the DeployStudio root directory defined during installation.
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Figure 6-16. DeployStudio Admin Computers
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NOTE: If you re migrating to DeployStudio from NetRestore, you ll be happy to learn that both store data in the same format. The format of the CSV file should be (per line with no colons in the MAC address): MACAddress,computername,hostname
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You use the DeployStudio runtime to play workflows, including those for capturing an image or putting one onto your desktops, which you d typically want to do for mass deployment. You can run DeployStudio Runtime manually from Mac OS X as well, so you can test your workflows by playing images onto a local Firewire or USB drive. We ll use the runtime to create a master (base image) from a source volume. Open DeployStudio Runtime and authenticate to the server you set up earlier in this section, then select Create a master from a volume and click on the Play button, as shown in Figure 6-17.
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Figure 6-17. DeployStudio Runtime
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Next, provide the specifics for creating the image (see Figure 6-18). Select a source hard drive to base the image on, then enter the desired name of the image into the Image Name: field. In the Keywords: field, enter some text to help you find the image later (for example, Office 2008, Firefox, MacBookPro June, or whatever will help differentiate this image from others you may set up). Software package lists can become extremely wellpopulated, so the better you tag your software, the happier you ll be when you can easily find whatever you need. Also, set Type: to Read Only for now----this is the most reliable, albeit the slowest. Next, enter the format for the image s file system----for OS X machines, this will pretty much always be HFS+. The tasks in this process are very similar to those you performed earlier when you used hdiutil to create an image with a given format from a specified source, then cleaned up the machine-specific files. When you re ready, click on the play--button icon (near the upper-right-hand corner of the window) to begin building an image of the hard drive.
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Figure 6-18. Creating a master
You should be able to see your initial master (image), now that it s in the repository (if you were patient enough to let the imaging process complete). Click on MASTERS from the DeployStudio Admin program and you should see it listed. Next, upload any packages you ve built into the Packages directory in the DeployStudio root folder. Once you ve added them, you can install them using a workflow. To create one, click on WORKFLOWS (see Figure 6-19) and then on the plus sign at the bottom of the screen. Give your new workflow a name, such as Marketing Dept MacBook Deploy, which we used in our example. Next, click on the plus sign on the gray bar in the center of the screen and you ll see a slider appear with a number of task options. For our workflow, we ll choose Partition Disk, followed by Restore a Disk Image. And, finally, we ll install any custom packages and scripts pertinent to our build. You may not want to install all of the packages in your system, but you certainly could. The fact that you re performing imaging in an almost object-oriented fashion means you can pull any supported applications from your entire library with a package and copy the package to the repository. (If you need to embed serial numbers and the like, you may want to wait until we cover packages in more detail in a few pages.) You can also use scripts to implement the various settings and configurations each client needs. The workflow concept will be a recurring theme through just about any imaging application.
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