@george1421 I confirm that exist powershell template :D:D:D .
@ayashkam You can do it, The automated snapin execution is basic for me, my images are living entities and my software requirements continously changes (Education environment with more than 250 different sites and more than 15.500 computers).
I have my image’s configured to install fogclient and start it on the first boot, you can do it with the unattended deployment procedures (setupcomplete.cmd) for example if you sysprep the images or use other ways like scheduling it at start up.
I download the installer with the postdownloadscript to ensure that the current version is installed. Take care because at the moment that you run the service the snapins start to be executed, you can have problems with another installations or the configuration can be disrupted by needed reboots. You know your systems and must take the cautions needed.
I’m using a master and nodes configuration with a lot of multihomed locations (140 as goal) with between 2 and 9 VLANS for node.
I solve this problem for my custom config with the procedure that i wrote on this link https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/13387/unable-to-change-multicast-nic/14 maybe it helps you.
It works for me, but i’m using a custom multihomed nodes installation with a beta customized location plugin to do all tasks locally on the VLAN.
I use custom modifications because if i try the next procedure i can get more than 350 locations/nodes.
Using that procedure as basis i think:
If you have a single multihomed master without nodes, maybe you can try to configure a StorageGroup for each VLAN, a StorageNode for each NIC and, using this data, a location for each VLAN and then configure pc’s on his VLAN location.
"TAKE A LOT OF CARE ON DISABLE REPLICATION!!!."
If you need the Image replication service you can use a false user/password pair to avoid it or try to don’t assign images/snapins to that StorageGroups.
Reason to think that. MulticastManager also use management node ip to select the multicast iface. I think that I saw this on my experiments. Maybe @Sebastian-Roth can confirm it.
Try it at your own risk.
Plz wrote the test results.