@Reuban1219 said in Running Fog Server To Image Different Devices Without Internet (Using Switch):
I downloaded the MSI installer in my windows XP …
I am not exactly sure the fog-client was used on XP much. That was before I joined into working on the fog-client. Though I would think it should work.
But, it keeps giving error of installation ending prematurely.
Can you be more specific on what step it ends and what the error message is? If you don’t get an error back you should use logging as suggested by George. Open a cmd as Admin and run:
msiexec /i FOGService.msi /quiet USETRAY="1" HTTPS="0" WEBADDRESS="x.x.x.x" WEBROOT="/fog" ROOTLOG="1" /L*V c:\windows\temp\foginstalllog.txt
Put in the FOG server IP or hostname instead of x.x.x.x. Upload that log file to a file share and post a link here.
In the next release of FOG we should restrict or block the fog admin from entering spaces in the menu item name for the FOG iPXE menu configuration. Fog Settings-> IPXE New Menu Entry field Menu Item. Spaces in this field will cause the iPXE menu to break since its used as a label to jump to in the ipxe menu.
Where we discovered this is if you create a menu item with a space in the name the system will take it and the iPXE menu will work, but if you set the newly created menu as a default menu item an error is thrown.