@jackiejack Reinstalled my centos 7 and did not tamper with anything. Fresh install of fog. Works perfect.
My adding repos and setting the priorities of them caused the confusion. Just let fog do its thing.
@wayne-workman lol it shutdown
To shutdown a computer remotely (immediately) in FOG management web gui:
Go to hosts, list all hosts, click on host, choose Power Management from list on left hand side, and choose shutdown immediately (add option).
Please, how to use fog, to restore Windows 10 Pro to a saved configuration, what i mean, is that anything added buys users, it’s gets wiped each night, like a snap on virtual machine? So that the machine restore to the configuration i ve configurated, and all the files, log, etc… get deleted.
No, FOG is not used for this. You want to look for a reset software like deep freeze.
I mean you can use FOG to deploy new images to your machine every night so the computers are installed from scratch. But there are better ways of doing this as I mentioned.
Windows 10 also has a reset thing.
@tom-elliott Image Manager Partclone Gzip
I was confused about what to choose. Because as you can see in the screen shot that the compression for basic image is Partclone Compressed. So I just went into that image definition and saw the Gzip.
@jackiejack Imaging went through perfect. THANK YOU QUAZZ.
To recover deleted image:
*(Apparently when new image definition is created FOG may assign a different compression???)
Thanks to FOG devs for considering idiots like me!
@quazz Yess image number 4 is a newly created on pointing to the /images/MasterImage folder. What happened was that I thought the image FOLDER name was MasterImage1803. But when I checked I see only MasterImage.
HOLY CRAP I CHANGED THE COMPRESSION THING AND THE IMAGING SEEMS TO BE GOING THROUGH!
Will let you know once target boots up.
(I did deploy that image on a machine once so I know it took)