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    im not seeing anything under "connections" on the server though.

    I dont have DHCP enabled on the server (don't think i need to)...

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    interface Vlan25
    description labs
    ip address xxx.xx.xx.xx 255.255.254.0
    ip helper-address 10.20.1.10
    ip helper-address 10.104.0.116
    ip helper-address 10.104.0.65
    no ip redirects
    no ip unreachables


    .116 is our pxe server and .65 is the ip of the mac server running osx server

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    think i figured it out. removed the host entry from the dns section and it looked like it booted and i was able to restore a mac. testing with a captured image now.

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    indeed, just setup deploystudio on it. and working with some workflows. seems like a better way to do stuff ... base os -> packages -> settings ... instead of capturing images from master macs

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    You can set up workflows using the System Image utility too but yes, DeployStudio is considerably more powerful. We were using it until we started using the Parallels SCCM plugin to deploy OS images.

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    A Definite +1 for Deploy Studio. I swear by it at our place. It's so flexible and can make life alot easier than using something like CCC or just plain old NetInstall and ARD.Screen Shot 2014-08-04 at 12.21.35.png
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