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.
My thought was to keep it simple. The INF file would remain on the server as it is currently with the printer module. The main goal with my idea is to make creating printers quicker and easier.
With the current setup you have to create a share directory on the FOG server (eg. SAMBA share) or locate an anonymously shared directory on an existing MS server where your inf files are located. Installing and setting up the SAMBA share is fairly straightforward. Getting the permissions correct the first time can be slightly challenging for some people. Why not incorporate the existing images directory share (as we do with snapins)? Have the very same upload option available when you upload INF files (the same as it is currently available for snapins). The upload feature would place the inf file in it’s own directory in the images directory.
It may be more code than it’s worth. I figured we could utilize the same code that is currently being used with the snapin feature (with a few mods). But I’m a novice coder. :-)