Thanks to your help here, (https://forums.fogproject.org/topic/12627/problems-with-dhcp-server) I succesfully installed the fog server with a home router and reroute all pxe traffic to my new server. So far so good.
As requested, I’m making a new topic with a different topic as suggested by the developer in the earlier topic. I’ve since made a image and saved it with sysprep following this guide: https://www.ceos3c.com/sysadmin/create-generalized-windows-10-image-deploy-fog-server/
However, I’m not sure I need to install the windows adk and/or the fog client. I only need to be able to have a clean install with all the latest windows updates, and office. Windows and office will be activated at a later date. We will never use those machines ever again until it’s sold or used internally.
What would be best if it booted right on to the windows desktop with all the right settings without going to the set-up. So far I have narrowed it down to these steps:
1: Install win 10 pro on a vm or physical machine
2: Enter audit mode, make all the changes you want and save with sysprep
3: Save image to the fog server and install on as many machines as i’d like with windows handling all the driver stuff.
So a few questions about that:
1: Can I capture the image the same way I do now and then use the xml file from here to handle the rest?: http://www.windowsafg.com/win10x86_x64_uefi.html
2: I’m assuming windows 10 will use different drivers for every different machine? Like when you install it yourself via usb.
3: Do I need to install the windows adk and fog client for this?
4: What is the best folder to put the .xml file? I currently use C:/customize, hidden from view.