Sorry about the delay in response, I support several satellite locations and wasn’t able to get back to the office hosting Fog until earlier this week.
I’ve solved the PXE boot issue, turned out to be a DHCP server config issue.
However, I’m still unable to deploy images with Fog to the Latitude 5510 models. I’ve done a bit of digging and found that they are arriving with a RAID configuration using one 256GB NVMe drive, and presumably another chunk of soldered 256GB on the motherboard (UEFI only reports a single slot-in drive).
I’m under the impression that the RAID config is causing the Fog imaging to fail. The RAID is set to “On” and is identified as ‘Intel Rapid Restore Technology’ in the UEFI.
Boot Options (F12) “Device Configuration” option sends me to the Intel Rapid Storage Technology RAID utility, which is running Intel RST 22.214.171.12472 RAID Driver. It lists the NVMe drive as a non-RAID physical disk, but the OS and Windows install boot UI shows ~465GB of usable space.
Is it possible that the Fog platform is missing support of some level for the Intel RST RAID Driver and/or Micron 2200S NVMe drive installed in the laptop?
Here is a screenshot of the error I’m seeing when configuring the drive as AHCI:
Here is a screenshot of the error I’m seeing when configuring the drive as RAID (default UEFI option):
Here is the NVMe drive as listed in the Intel RAID utility:
Thank you very much for your help.