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After a bunch of research I was able to solve my issue. For some reason mcrypt only had it’s mcrypt.ini file in the /etc/php5/conf.d folder. The file also needs to be in the /etc/php5/apache2/conf.d and /etc/php5/cli/conf.d folders. I simply copied the file to those 2 directories and restarted apache and then the active directory options worked again. If anybody else in ubuntu has this problem check those directories for the mcrypt.ini file.
[quote=“loosus456, post: 43874, member: 26317”]I don’t know how much of a pain in the ass it would be to implement, but could the time-zone settings be added either to the Web interface or at least the installation script? Manually editing system files just to correct the time zone seems a little much for the average user, but that’s just my opinion.[/quote]
Web interface now has this support. It will use the UTC setting if no time is set. If php.ini timezone is set, it will use this as its timezone, otherwise it will use whatever you select.
I finally worked it out. The network card driver was slow to negotiate it’s connection when the machine booted meaning the FOG Service had no time to do it’s business. Upgraded the driver and now it’s working 🙂