An issue was found in 1.5.6 that calls for an early next release to fix that. Find the details here if you run into problems with FTP connections on kernel updates or storage nodes in 1.5.6: https://github.com/FOGProject/fogproject/issues/311
@Olduser What the image sysprep’d? Did you include the 9020 drivers into your golden image? But the likelyhood if you sysprep’d the image then the native win10 drivers will probably work on the 9020. Other issues, is the 7760 in uefi or bios mode? The same goes for the 9020? You can only capture and deploy uefi based images to uefi base target computers. You can’t mix bios hardware with uefi captured images.
How short of depth?
Really from a fog server standpoint you don’t need much horse power if you are installing it on bare metal. I quad core processor with 8GB of ram and fast sata drives in raid-1 is probably enough. The goal for the fog server is to move the image from disk to the network adapter the fastest it can. All the heavy lifting of imaging is done by the target computer not the fog server. Now outside of imaging, the fog server also manages clients where the fog service is installed. Depending on the number of fog clients in your environment I may need to bump up the server specs because the fog server will be doing more than just imaging.
FWIW I can run FOG on a raspberry pi 2. For single unicast imaging it works just fine. If I was hitting it with 20 fog clients it would have some issues while imaging.
I can understand that. What I mean is that in the printer feature where you enter in the location of the inf file it would be helpful if you could locate and upload the file in the same manner as you do a snappin. Hopefully that makes more since now. 😄