@george1421 Ah ok I misread the OP. Well last time I checked, True Image can still create a boot image ISO with Windows kernels in addition to Linux kernels. If I’m not mistaken I believe you need to have the Windows ADK suite installed in order to create a WinPE boot ISO.
How big is the ISO file? Perhaps you can try the sanboot or memdisk methods?
Everything had been running fine on our Fog server then last week the techs started complaining about slow performance and it was unusable. I connected to the server and mysql was bogging things down. I have tried upgrading to the latest with git. Same problem with the server. If I turn off the NIC port on the switch the utilization drops off to near normal. What should I look at?
Is it possible to share the registry change? Unless something even better has changed, I am thinking of in-place windows 10 21H2 to 11 in a dual-boot ubuntu environment. I figure this would stop me from having to reinstall Ubuntu (or grub repair).