What do you feel is the best Hypervisor for Imaging?
But if all you have is a hammer, everything looks like a nail.
I’ve tested this several times and can’t seem to get my windows to boot up on my physical machine.
I captured the image in VirtualBox and syspreped. It will deploy to a VM with no problem but when I attempt to boot on my PM (OptiPlex 3020), it says “No bootable devices found.”
What host OS do you have VirtualBox installed on?
the PIIX3 one works fine though.
I changed my chipset to PIIX3 and it works! Thank you guys for the long headache relief!
Does this happen with the VM only, where a physical computer boots normally?
If I’m understanding correctly, my physical machine boot perfectly into the FOG GUI it gives me after PXE.
the mac address of the device in your picture doesn’t match the mac address of the pxe
It changed because i had to rebuild the VM. I was originally logged into the Network admin account and, since I had to get off the domain, I exported the VM and brought it back up in the local admin account.
unning the dhcp server on the fog server for a reason in addition to the dhcp server on your router
I was unaware the FOG machine had that capabilities honestly. With that now being known, I feel it would be easier for FOG to handle everything since it was overwriting the router anyway.
I did disable the DHCP server capabilities on the router to hand it off to FOG.
Let me restart everything to make sure that the server is not handing out IPs anymore and I’ll post another pcap file here if the PXE boot fails again: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1R7fLhBw7umZ6A_gEZ5rvneKQX0Y0Mw_6/view?usp=sharing
our router is also dishing out IPs
I turned off the DHCP server option on the router and it still didn’t fix the problem, I took a pcap if you’d like it.
It seems odd to me that my router would only be messing up the VM though. Never had an issue with physical machines and the router.
@Sebastian-Roth Here is the .pcap file of my VM attempting to PXE boot from the host point of view: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1zbHmSCoOC2tzi8xp5EVnj6KrhQwvSOcU/view?usp=sharing
After attempting to PXE boot with host off AD Domain. I’m getting a nicer looking wireshark output but still no dice on the PXE boot: https://drive.google.com/file/d/11GiICfArOKqcFUWdF6hQHV51r8oHTebV/view?usp=sharing