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Find a kernel that supports your video cards. Most of the kernels available through fog support multiple video chipsets. Sometimes the KitchenSink (KS) kernels work better. Use the Kernel updater portion of the WebUI to try different kernels until you find one that works best. If you are up to it, compile a custom kernel that supports your hardware. It’s a bit scary for a beginner, but after doing it once or twice, it gets a lot easier.
I’d search the forums for your particular problem(s). If don’t find anything, just post the particular issue here and someone will likely help. If it looks like a bug, or something you think the developers can help with, I’d post it in the bug section of the forum:
As far as I know, there is currently nothing in Fog to set it up to have a structure like Active Directory. Fog cannot directly talk to active directory, but when the new UI comes out and allows easier creation of custom pages, it might be possible to add LDAP functionality to help achieve what you want, but it’s not in vanilla Fog.
I’m curious what you are trying to achieve overall by setting Fog up to mirror AD.