If the renaming/domain join occurs AFTER the final restart I will need to run a powershell script to install our AntiVirus software and also add a domain user account to the Remote Desktop Users group –
You might want to consider deploying this action with a snapin. Snapins will run after all of the other imaging actions are complete.
I can say that this idea it’s pretty good. I think in this way you could earn only advantages. It would be hard for me to think about such an idea. LOL. Also, I could advise you to try some team-building games at the conference. In this way, you could make the conference more interesting. On another hand, people will make new friends and will strengthen their communicating skills. We had a similar event in our company organized by team-building. In this way, I overcome my problem of speaking in front of people.
It appears updating the init.xy file AND adjusting the KERNEL RAMDISK SIZE setting was the key to get it working. Only have tested with 1 of the images created on the new 1.5.9 server, deploying on the 1.5.5 server. Looks like we can limp along doing this until we can get the other sites updated, which is in motion now.
@george1421 I think that may work, it might be just as easy to implement a feature as well for the web interface, just brainstorming here. But my assumption was that after registering a host, I would be able to log into the fog web interface and assign which menu entry would be default for a host.
I will experiment with both the method you describe, and perhaps a feature as described above in the web interface and see if I can’t get it to work.
@Greg-Plamondon Interesting point you have there. You might take a look at the hostSecTime column in hosts table in the database. I am not sure how often this is being updated but it should let you find hosts that have not checked in in a long time.
i found this, you can sysprep win10 up to 1001 times
Just to be a bit snarky, if you have to sysprep your image 1000 times, I think you might be doing something wrong or IT should not be your field of work.
But on the less snarky side its good to know the number and hopefully I’ll never personally need it. As I said we use MDT to build the golden image so I get a fresh from DVD image (with current windows updates) each time the golden image is recreated.
@julio The certificate we see in the picture is not generated by FOG I would say (Issued To: Administrateur, Issued By: Administrateur, Expiry Date: 17/11/2120?!?). Did you put that CA certificate file there?
The mentioned path /opt/fog/snapins/ssl/CA/.fogCA.pem is where the FOG installer will generate the CA certificate. It then copies that file to /var/www/html/fog/management/other/ca.cert.pem, where it is used by the Apache webserver. So you might want to compare those two files. Maybe you need to import the later one if you have messed with those files.
Be aware that importing the CA certificate into the Personal key store is probably not going to help. You need to import into Trusted (Root) Certificates section.
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