Lets look at doing it the ol' fashioned way....
Using Iceberg makes this easy. Either install files somewhere on your HD (like the user template located at /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj and inside there is the template of what gets copied to all new users. Lets say you want to install prefs for an application you are pushing out. Install the pref file at /System/Library/User Template/English.lproj/Library/Preferences then create a text file script that will copy that to all your users. Lets say the pref file is myapp.plist.
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# get listing of /Users Directory
# and set template locaton
# now do something for each entry
for dir in $dirs
# exclude /Users/Shared
if [ "$dirs" != "Shared" ]; then
cp "$template/Library/Preferences/myapp.plist" "/Users/$dir/Library/Preferences"
chown $dir:$dir "/Users/$dir/Library/Preferences/myapp.plist"
chmod 700 "/Users/$dir/Library/Preferences/myapp.plist"
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Take this script and make it a postflight script. Iceberg will take care of naming it correctly and such for you.
Now, if you simply want to make a quick package to copy stuff you can do this....Make a new dummy package and put the item you want to copy in the "Resources" section of Iceberg (Iceberg will add it to the Resources folder of your package for you). Then do a postflight script which is something like above...
the $1 indicates the path to the script and then follow the path to the Resources folder.
The chown and chmod commands make sure the file has the correct owner and permissions.