@Wayne-Workman If you look at the scripts you see that it makes perfectly sense what Tom is saying. In capture we usually create a text file called d1.original.swapuuids where we store the UUID of the original SWAP partition. In deploy we generate a new SWAP partition on the target system using the saved UUID. So there shouldn’t be a need to modify /etc/fstab at all!
I haven’t tested this in a while as I am too busy with other things. Just saying that this is how I think FOG is behaving. Same as Tom does. Anyone keen to try this and see if we have an issue in the scripts?
@Matthieu-Jacquart My thought was to take two spare computers aside, install FOG on one with DHCP too, then take it off-network with your spare switch. And we just work on adjusting the switch configuration until we get multicast working to the other computer.