Unable to restart and/or shutdown Windows using client service
- 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?
Just here to thank you for this!
Fixed in 1.3.2.
The log says ‘Shutdown aborted by calling module’. That means the server is telling the client to abort. @Tom-Elliott server issue.
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.