I was recently tasked with deploying dual-boot Macs to all new staff. Naturally, I wanted this to be as automated as possible so it was repeatable and consistent. I already knew how to use an answer file to fully-automate the Windows side of the deployment. And I also knew how to fully automate the Mac side of things.
I did need to learn how to make Windows 10 into a deployable
.pkg, which was the final piece needed to automate the entire dual-boot deployment process. Continue reading “Fully Automated: DeployStudio Dual Boot”
I spent a long time trying to automate a dual-boot deployment of macOS and Windows 10. The reason being is that it’s very useful to only buy a single piece of hardware (Apple) and have it run Windows and macOS (and maybe Linux, too). But getting two completely different operating systems to deploy to a single piece of hardware in an automated fashion is a challenge.
This post describes how I went about creating a sysprep’d Windows image in a .pkg format, so it could be easily run on a Mac or deployed through something like JAMF. Continue reading “How To Make An Automagic Windows 10 Boot Camp Install .pkg”