@george1421 hello thanks for the help. yes already realized that it is the win10 operating system that changes the boot to “Windows boot management” but do you know any script to run in win 10 to put ipv4 back in the 1 option? I already followed some solutions from here. but I can’t come up with a solution without having to go to each of the machines.
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RE: Because? and who? change Sequence boot UEFI?
Because? and who? change Sequence boot UEFI?
Hi, I’m using fog to manage more than 100 machines in my company, the machines have different hardware.
I use Centos 7.0 and Fog 1.5.7, everything works fine, I just have a little problem.
I set up dnsmasq on the fog server by following this link https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/12796/installing-dnsmasq-on-your-fog-server
I configure the BIOS of my UEFI machines to boot to 1 option with ipxe (machines can handle fog tasks)
If you deploy, the machine starts up with the task and everything works fine.
The problem is that the boot sequence in the BIOS changes without me doing anything.
In order to manage all these machines I need that even after deploying an image of an Operating System, the machines will continue booting with IPV4 in 1 Option
I found someone with the same problem here on the forum https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/13775/boot-option-issue-pxe-booting/10 but the Dell CCTK tool doesn’t work with me because I don’t have dell machines.
I don’t know if it’s FOG that changes UEFI’s sequence boot, or if it’s really Windows 10
Thanks for the help you can give me
Install fog 1.5.7 on Centos 8
hello i am installing version 1.5.7 of fog on a centos8 server.
were having trouble creating the database here
I followed the instructions of this post
but now I can’t create the database give me this error