You can also create more parent menu items (in addition to the advanced menu) and use the same concept as above. For example on the same level as the advanced menu, you can create an entry for WinOS setup pxe boot another one for disk utilities and a third for debug utilities. They don’t all have to be in one advanced menu.
You have to remember that you must be on the 1.3.0-rcX build (1.2.0 will not have the utiltiies to manage the iPXE menus from the GUI) and your paste into the parameters field must be a complete iPXE menu, so you must learn iPXE menu design (or find one you can hack up to your needs /like above/. http://ipxe.org/examples
Ok, good information here. I went ahead and walked through the oobe settings of my reference image and it did everything perfectly. It went through its setup, checked all of the services, installed all of the devices and settings, then rebooted, went into the user config, made me create a user, accept the EULA, set the timezone, and windows updates. Then went to finalizing windows settings (note: just after this, it would then go to a black screen to and show the error) however, this went right to the login screen and allowed me to select my two users. So, I’m starting to lean towards a fog capture or deploy issue at this point. Since the reference image hasn’t changed.
No fog client, no sysprep file no setupcomplete file, etc. Literally just plain old windows 7 SP1 x64 - seriously, like the original install, still with IE8 (no updates, and don’t worry, it would do it even if it had updates :) ). But yeah, I’m at a small loss here. I can work on digging through the panther logs in a bit, but wanted to post this progress as well. Thanks again!