Snapins Not Deploying



  • So I am trying to deploy Snapins on the new version of FOG. I had it working on the old version. I am trying to do chrome and it will not deploy. I have the machine registered as a host and named accordingly. The machine is able t ping the FOG server. When I create the task it just says ‘checked in’ as the status. I have the latest FOG Client installed on it and the service is running.

    I am using the Chrome MSI and the argument is: msiexec.exe /i googlechromestandaloneenterprise64.msi /quiet.

    I looked in the FOG log on the root of C and found this error:
    5/2/2018 9:01 AM SnapinClient ERROR: Snapin hash does not exist

    I changed my memory limit in the /etc/php/7.1/apache2/php.ini file from 128m to 1900M, the post max size and upload max size I left at 3000m and it is still not working.

    Any ideas on this?



  • @imagingmaster21 said in Snapins Not Deploying:

    I deleted the snapins and readded them and seems to be working with Chrome.

    What do you mean by this? Working with Chrome as in the MSI is being deployed, or working with Chrome when you use Chrome to create the snapin?



  • @wayne-workman
    They were not in there I deleted the snapins and readded them and seems to be working with Chrome.



  • @imagingmaster21 said in Snapins Not Deploying:

    Client ERROR: Snapin hash does not exist’.

    Try to verify that the MSI is actually uploading. It should go into here on the fog server: /opt/fog/snapins



  • @Wayne-Workman
    I did reference that video and went through it exactly. The think is I have the plugin working on 1.4.4 but on the latest release it does not work. I went into my fog.log file and looked and found this error:
    ‘5/2/2018 9:01 AM SnapinClient ERROR: Snapin hash does not exist’.

    When I found that I tried changing my memory limit in the /etc/php/7.1/apache2/php.ini file from 128m to 1900M, the post max size and upload max size I left at 3000m and it is still not working. Once I saved the changes to that file I rebooted the apache2 service and tried it again with the same result.



  • @imagingmaster21

    • First thing, always look at the fog log file. It is C:\fog.log in most cases. If there’s a problem, it’ll tell you. If you have no idea what you’re looking at, share enough of it here and we can help.
    • Second, there’s a chrome example here: https://wiki.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Snapin_Examples The GUI you see in the video is the old GUI, but the steps and fields are all the same. Try to follow along with the video and see if that works.

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