[quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 16308, member: 7271”]The best option I could suggest for this is to create a new fog script within the init.gz file. Have the fog script call another php file within the service directory directing that php file to delete the host upon boot. This would be the way, if I’m understanding what you’re asking. However, the hosts are meant to be a sort of inventory status for the FOG system as well. So I don’t think you want anybody to just be deleting their systems from FOG because there’s an option to do so from the PXE menu.
Maybe refine the question a little as this one is a we bit garbled and hard to understand what it is you’re asking for.[/quote]
Well thx for your suggestion. Point is, if you are standing before broken PC, which you must reinstall…for example say with different image or rename PC, than this specific PC has allready in FOG db…what do you do? You need quickly resolve this…so I will show our technician guys, that they can simply choose delete PC option from PXE menu and then they can redeploy PC under another name with another atributes like type of image or with-out domain join…thats what I want and what will make my colleagues independent. And yes, sorry for my far from perfect english.
p.s: our PXE menus are of course secured with passwords, so only IT stuff can use them.