Domain Join Not working
I cant get domain join working on any of my deployments. Ive went into the fog settings, set up the right OU, username/password combo, and even selected when deploying the image to join AD after successful deployment, but the computer doesn’t actually JOIN the domain.
Any help is appreciated.
BSZAdmin last edited by
the thread is old, but we had also a fight with all the certificates.
after installation of fog 1.5.6 all the clients we imaged bevor stopped communicating with this fog server, they had certificate issues.
we created a gpo that deletes all the installed fog certificates with 3 powershell commands:
Get-Childitem Cert:LocalMachine\root | where-object Thumbprint -eq “4737f594b54cb9fe1103e3c325d9c6963e57c911” | remove-item -force
Get-Childitem Cert:LocalMachine\root | where-object Thumbprint -eq “c84f54d1f654e2f9f04d3c2bf99b3a36371856d4” | remove-item -force
Get-Childitem Cert:LocalMachine\root | where-object Thumbprint -eq “CBE3E738F63C3B1BB93A296F70E73E527D12C637” | remove-item -force
then it worked…
Taspharel last edited by
Not necessarily the same problem, but I had to work around a certificate error by adding this to my setupcomplete.cmd file that is run after Windows Installs:
certutil -delstore "Root" "FOG Server CA" certutil -delstore "Root" "FOG Project" certutil -addstore "Root" "%windir%\System32\Sysprep\fog.ca.cer" certutil -addstore "Root" "%windir%\System32\Sysprep\ca.cert.der"
And of course add the certificate files to the folder referenced above.
Stershen last edited by
I am having this same problem. Here is a snip of my fog.log.
It looks like something to do with a cert error but I am new to fog so i’m not really sure. Thanks in advance for any help!
@tneuber the fog.log typically resides on the root of the drive. I see you have it opened to program files, what about at c:\fog.log
This image should show I have fog installed, and am in the fog folder in x86, however still now fog.log after starting the service.
Taspharel last edited by
And since you’re talking about Image, might you be using sysprep?
Then make sure to follow these instructions here:
Solved some problems for me.
Is the service actually running on the machine?
Open a CMD as administrator, run:
net start fogservice
Then you can check the log file. (Assuming the service actually starts.)
The location is either going to be
%SYSTEMDRIVE%\Program Files (x86)\FOG\fog.log
location was in c:/Program Files (x86)/Fog/ but there is no fog.log file there. I’ve searched and searched even went into each individual folder with the language hoping it was buried.
@tneuber fog-client log might be in
C:\Program Files\FOGthen… Without that it’s sort of impossible to help.
Yes, i have the fog service installed on the image.
I looked on the computer i imaged, and I have no fog.log in the C drive.
FOG Version : 1.5.2
Windows 10 64bit pro
RLane last edited by
What does your C:\fog.log say? What version of FOG are you using and what OS are you deploying? Windows 10? Windows 7?