Went through and imaged a new laptop with a 1703 image was able to make some changes and take an image from 1703 just fine. Upgraded to 1709 and got the same inode error, something must have change I’m going to try to sysprep the image to see if that helps but sysprep has been failing for me on 1709 as well.
OK I will check that out first before marking as solved… just incase someone else wants to do the same thing. This company is to damn cheap to get new 100 dollar machines to replace the 30 thin clients… BAUGH… yes I agree its not the norm but I know Fog can do it… It can do anything
@davidjor I think things are being a bit mixed up here. Let’s step back and take the whole picture. In your initial post you said you wanted a FOG standalone setup and you thing dnsmasq could cause the issue. Let me ask, why do you use dnsmasq at all. What is providing DHCP in this scenario? Looks like an external server is doing this. What is it? Why can’t you add PXE boot options to that DHCP server?
If you can’t modify that DHCP server then dnsmasq is the right way to go. But as it can be a little tricky I first wanted to check if we really need to go that way.
Looking at the config you initially posted I see a line pxe-service=X86PC, "Boot from network", pxelinux which could be causing that we see pxelinux in the pcap file. Please make sure you only use Georges config (not a combined one) and put in your IP addresses where needed.
Yes, checking “Schedule Shutdown after task completion” causes the running task to hang at the end (in both capture and deployment). I am going to take some pictures/videos and get back.
@tywyn the largest difference is that SYSTEM is not allowed (by design) any interaction with the user or userspace at all. This probably also means the user’s account too. This is Microsoft’s design, not ours - and they went that route for security reasons.
When developing snapins, if your snapin will work manually but not as a fog snapin (and you’re sure you deployed the snapin correctly), you can normally assume the problem is because of the above.