I know it’s been a while since I posted this announcement, but I’ve been kind of keeping up with @Sebastian-Roth with his code changes with 1.5.5 and how they apply to 1.6 as well.
Remember, for the most part, the backend side of FOG is staying the same with as minimal of changes as I can. What this means, is many of things in terms of overall performance and functionality that has been going into 1.5.5 can be relatively simple to apply to 1.6.
There are some caveats to this though. But I think things are looking much better than they had from the initial posting of this.
I know it’s the holiday season and I hope everybody enjoys it. I think this is all the more reason to apply the post so it can be viewed a little more readily.
Thank you all.
@xburnerx00 Just got an idea. What size is that ZIP file? Possibly it’s “too big” for the server to handle in a certain amount of time and so it quits the connection. Have you tried a normal snapin (not pack) with let’s ay a one mega byte small executable to deploy to a client via snapin? See if that works.