Unable to restart and/or shutdown Windows using client service

  • Server
    • FOG Version: 1.3.1
    • OS: RHEL 7.3
    • Service Version: ?
    • OS: Windows 10

    This is my first post here, so a big hello to the Community!

    So, I have recentl installed FOG to try it out and so far I quite like it, but there is a problem with restarts. Everytime I schedule a task that needs restarting (like a capture or deploy task) the fog client shold pop-up a big 0_1484578389397_fog.log message window asking the user to confirm (ie. reboot) or postpone. When the user confirms a reboot is possible, the system should reboot, but instead a (Windows) message pops up that says “Shutdown aborted”.

    I have attached the log. (/uploads/files/1484578503782-fog2.log) Anybody knows what’s up with this?

  • @Tom-Elliott

    Just here to thank you for this!

  • Senior Developer

    Fixed in 1.3.2.

  • Senior Developer

    The log says ‘Shutdown aborted by calling module’. That means the server is telling the client to abort. @Tom-Elliott server issue.

  • @jedrzej2

    One more thing : the “shutdown aborted” comes from the FOG client. Also, the same is happening if I just let the prompt be for 60 seconds, or when I try to postpone it.

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