@humoss233 OK for the post init script, can you document the steps needed to activate that volume?
Maybe something before you create the postinit script is to pxe boot into a debug capture/ or deploy what ever action you want to do. Then manually activate that disk using your commands. And finally launch the imaging script with fog. You will have to press enter at each step, but this way you can capture any error messages if any. If it captures OK then you can take the steps to activate it and place it in a bash script in the /images/dev/postinit scripts directory. And then finally hook your bash script into the fog.postinit master script.
This is a curious request I had to stop and think about. ReFS is not bootable, so it would never contain an OS, which defeats the primary purpose of using FOG.
I’m not a fan of multi-partition imaging, so I can’t say just how important this would be to FOG users in general.