Network booting a Mac
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I’m back at it again! We reimaged our testing unit with El Capitan and we ran into a different snag all-together. With El Cap, they implemented System Integrity Protection (SIP) so our usual Bless commands aren’t working anymore.
I’ve been trying to do research for the past week to figure out how to do vendor-class based DHCP custom settings for the system. It’s a late-2013 iMac (iMac14,1). However I’ve had no success with it thus far. The linked article below is the closest I’ve got to a solution.
Tried “iMac14,1” and “AAPLBSDPC” but neither have worked (so far).
Should I create a different thread for this topic?
I would be interested in seeing a pcap (network capture) from this device as its booting to make sure our wiki still contains accurate info: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/9673/when-dhcp-pxe-booting-process-goes-bad-and-you-have-no-clue