@george1421 Thanks for getting back to me! Yes you are right our company machines when built do use Intel RST to create the raid 0.
The information you gave me has been really helpful and I feel like I’ve made some progress. (Raid no longer destroys its self when an image is deployed) Which is good because they’re a pain to fix.
however, the fog server still deploys to the raid (D:) rather than the boot drive (C:) if I add /dev/md126 as the primary drive on the host, the image successfully deploys avoiding the raid with no errors, but when the computer reboots it doesn’t actually appear to have done anything. There are no oobe prompts and the desktop remains the same as it did before the deployment.
I watched the entire process and it deployed exactly as it normally does and didn’t display any errors.
If you have any ideas that’d be great ! Either way thanks for all the information regardless.