@cotec sudo is not needed if you’re root, but it mainly depends on how you are in as root. For example, sudo su does not source the root environment which can leave other the paths in a strange status which could cause problems. sudo su - sources the environment but it is more appropriate to use sudo -i.
What OS are you using on the FOG server?
Ubuntu LTS 14.04.3 -> ubuntu-14.04.3-desktop-amd64.iso
What version of FOG are you using. I will guess 1.2.0, but did you upgrade to the trunk version (i.e. pre 1.3.0)?
yesterday evening i think about this options and now i am sure that i mixed up with Norton Ghost.
In FOG u build the the Hosts to Groups and if all Groupmembers ready then starts the Multicasting-Task.
As is told, in Ghost there was the 2 Options (‘wait for last member then start’ or ‘start on my command’)
confusing on my side - already fine…
u can close this thread
The user which i can setup in FOG-WebGUI are admins or user? has this user access to webgui?
They are all sort of equal. the switch for “mobile only” really isn’t good because FOG mobile is in a state of disarray at the moment.
There is an access control plugin that is intended to limit what users can do based on location - but it doesn’t totally work right.
If you are concerned with other people goofing things up - just make everyone an account and tell them to use their own account. There is a history table in the database that will list most actions and the user that executed those actions.