@georgebells OK I have a proof of concept code for you to try.
Move the existing FOG sourced file out of the waysudo mv /var/www/fog/lib/plugins/persistentgroups/class/persistentgroupsmanager.class.php /var/www/fog/lib/plugins/persistentgroups/class/persistentgroupsmanager.class.php.sav
download the file from the google drive and upload this file on the fog server to /var/www/fog/lib/plugins/persistentgroups/class/ as persistentgroupsmanager.class.php
Once the file is in place. Uninstall the persistent group plugin and reinstall it. Nothing needs to be changed other than uninstall and reinstall.
Once you uninstall and reinstall the plugin the database trigger will be updated with the new code.
This file only addresses the snapins. I’m a bit brain dead at the moment to tackle the printer bits. I’ll work on that later.
At the moment the developers look at this request and patch as a niche solution and probably won’t be added to the main line code. They are positioning this patch much like the one off kernel builds I do to solve a specific niche problem. With that said FOG is opensource and anyone is welcome to modify the code for their own needs.