I need to build about 10 identical RPi Zero W units. I used an existing unit which worked, cloned it in Win32Disk, and plugged that SD card in a new unit. The new unit previously had no issues running but now it is not able to identify any network interfaces. Did I need to edit any of the config files for the new unit? I am afraid I bricked the network capabilities of the new one because I went into this kind of blind.
It seems the cloned SD Card boots up and is running but has problems at least with the network interfaces. On a cloned program it also has exactly the same system parameter like hostname, MAC address, ssh server keys, UUID and PARTUID of the storage and maybe other parameter I just don't remember now. This is no problem if the clones are running on different networks without connection between them. But if they are running on the same network you will run into problems. At least the hostname and the MAC address must be different for network communication. Other parameter like ssh server keys give you warnings or error messages when using ssh.
So for your network problems you should first try to change the hostname and the MAC addresses of your network interfaces (e.g. eth0, wlan0 etc.).
This is more of a "workflow" answer as I'm unsure exactly what environment you're working in. If you have specific questions, you may either edit your original question, or use the Comments (sparingly please).
Duplicating your system as an image file:
You can use
image-utils to create an image file of your "existing unit". One of the advantages of
image-utils is that you can duplicate your existing SD card while it is inserted in your Pi, and the system is running. Another advantage is that you can easily and quickly update your saved image file from your running RPi - for example if you make configuration changes that you wish to propagate to the "other units". As suggested in the Comments to your question, you may want to review this Q&A for more details.
Modifying your image file for deployment to other units
As you have noticed, and as @Ingo has pointed out, some changes to the image file you have created are necessary before deploying the image to your clones. Fortunately, your image file can be edited to make these changes. It is also possible to automate these changes with a script if you are inclined to such things.
It may be difficult or awkward to make these changes from a Windows environment. If you are working in a Windows environment, you may find this Q&A informative. However - my first recommendation would be to make these edits from a Linux machine.
I won't go into details of making the edits in a Linux environment, but you can find some guidance for the cost of an Internet search. This one in particular looks promising; the key feature is using the
mount -o loop option to mount the image file. Once you've mounted it, you can explore the contents, and make the changes needed for deployment to other units.