Postponed a reboot on client PC and now am unable to reboot PC
SomeWeirdRandomDude last edited by
I am still in the midst of experimenting with the Fog client at my workplace. Here’s some context. I reimaged a computer; however, the computer did not join the domain, instead opting for a workgroup. I discovered this was because I gave the PC a name that already exists on the domain. This led to my current issue and the reason I am making this thread. When I discovered my mistake I had already initiated a reboot command to the client PC. I immediately went over to the client PC and postponed the reboot. I gave the client PC a new host name over on the Fog’s server’s gui and initiated a new reboot command, confident that the client PC would now join the domain. Unfortunately the client PC will NOT reboot or shut down via FOG. Yes, I can manually reboot or shutdown the PC myself and see if Fog was just hanging but I want to understand why this is happening so I can avoid this issue in an actual work setting (again, experimenting right now). The log says: “A Power operating is pending, aborting module.” TIA!
Sebastian Roth Moderator last edited by Sebastian Roth
@SomeWeirdRandomDude Please post the full
fog.logfrom that client here.
By the way, which version of FOG and the fog-client do you use?