It had stopped there, upgrading the BIOS helped, but now it gets to 99% and has an error stating
“unable to move /images/dev/f04da2867522.000 to /images/HSLMCC (our image name)” any ideas would be great!
Is your fog server on the same network as your workstations to be imaged? I got confused when you responded with the bandwidth of your Internet service. He was asking for your network. The internal network and the devices that run it. Like a router, switch or hub(has nothing to do with the internet service).
Ask your system admin if you have a 10MB network, a 100MB network, a 1GB network or a 10GB network.
That should give us the info to help answer your question.
been a while since I asked this question, but I just thought i would let everyone know that cloning a blank computer with no OS works perfectly, just get the MAC from the BIOS and make sure that the imaged computer has the client to make future cloning easy and it should work without flaw. I am continually impressed by this program!!
@Wayne-Workman That IS AWESOME! Save me and my team a few minutes in config…very cool.
For others reading and who are suing FOG for the first time. PXe boots up perfectly fine, DHCP will “Spin” and then you’re machine will likely not boot past a black screen perhaps with a flashing cursor. The steps from my previous post (copied inline here) fixed that issue for me:
Steps I have taken to correct:
Boot into BIOS
Change the security settings to remove Secure boot
change boot type (away from UEFI to BOTH)
Set Legacy to first on the boot options.
However as soon as 1.3.0 is out if the issue you had was like mine it likely wouldn’t have been an issue. Also the instructions at the end of the install if using FOG in a Windows DHCP server environment are critical. The Fog team should be given a lot of credit for including those. It made my first install of FOG incredibly fast.