In the settings, the help-text says this:
“it’s up to the admin to ensure this setting is correct for the database to be accurate”
So, I interpret this to mean that this setting doesn’t actually do anything.
Any way we can change that?
Oh, and this is a [U][B]VERY[/B][/U] low priority thing.
Also, if we CAN change that, why not just go all the way ??
Give this it’s own category in FOG settings, and also allow direct setting of the ranges, subnet, gateway, DNS, all that jazz. And after such settings are changed and saved, DHCP should get restarted on the machine (I think).
[quote=“Wayne Workman, post: 46571, member: 28155”]Then, can we get rid of all the settings that don’t do anything?[/quote]
Try it and see
Then, can we get rid of all the settings that don’t do anything?
This file does not do anything. I plan on simply removing it just haven’t gotten to it yet.