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Old 08-24-2012, 11:36 AM
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Instead, I'd boot the 2nd air into Thunderbolt Target Mode (which I believe is done with "T" during power on), attach it to the first, then use SUperDuper! to copy from the source directly to the destination, using "Backup - all files" with "Smart Update".

There's no need to use an intermediary.
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