FOG, Ubuntu, and Lee Rowlett. Nothing but good vibes.
I tried to make a FOG server work in the past over the last couple years, and had mixed results. But when I recently got a new IT job at a small/medium sized company, I REALLY wanted to make FOG work.
I decided to go for as close to 100% automation as I could. So when I looked through the forums on tutorials/guides, I noticed some guides/posts from Lee Rowlett.
Over the course of the last month, Lee helped me along into making my FOG Server perform complete Windows image automation, which included automatic driver installation, active directory unattended join, and a very involved unattend.xml file for SYSPREP.
Long story short, Lee is one of the very few people I’ve met that really knows how to help others with small/extremely complex problems, and be 100% cheerful about it.
I would’ve dropped FOG and gone with some generic paid for imaging solution if not for Lee. Lee, THANK YOU for all you’ve done for me and for the work you do for others everyday.
And of course, THANK YOU to all the amazing FOG developers/administrators/testers for continuing to make FOG an amazing free/open source imaging solution!!!