HTTPS FOG GUI webpage
Is there a way to make the fog management web gui https?
Im using ubuntu
Then just don’t say yes when asked if it should re-install Apache and PHP right at the beginning of the installer. You should be save then.
@Sebastian-Roth Im using ubuntu
You’d need to either manually edit the apache config to not make it force redirect to HTTPS or edit C:\Program File (x86)\FOG\settings.json on the clients and set parameter HTTPS to 1. The later method is preferred from my point of view.
Updating the settings.json on my hosts is what I did for existing clients when I made the move to HTTPS, and creating a new image with an updated install to be used with future clients. The easiest way I found with existing clients was to create a group policy that would move a corrected settings.json into place from a file share.
@spooninbrian You’d need to either manually edit the apache config to not make it force redirect to HTTPS or edit
C:\Program File (x86)\FOG\settings.jsonon the clients and set parameter
HTTPSto 1. The later method is preferred from my point of view.
Allow me one more question. Which Linux OS do you use? If you have Ubuntu then make sure you read and understand what is described here: https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/13488/fog-1-5-7-officially-released
But beside those two things you should be fine.
yes, I installed it prior to imaging.
I have 30 hosts
Do you have fog-client installed on those 30 hosts?
I have 30 hosts and I’m running 1.5.7
@spooninbrian Re-run the FOG installer using the following option:
But before you go ahead please let us know which version of FOG you currently run and how many PCs you have with fog-client installed?