I managed to finish the imaging successfully, however, when trying to deploy the image, although having all correctly configured, it gives this error:
I realy like FOG but my boss is plucking hairs out already XD
I thought of that as well, so I set the passwords to be the same and reviewed the all password settings on the FOG Server.
Only one user had a different password (User: fogstorage on MySQL) and I updated the password to the same one… just in case.
I restarted the image upload now and let’s wait (all 4 hours…) for everything to be in working order.
(To be continued…)
After setting the image capture for a Linux system, everything goes ok (about 4 hours for the capture, nevertheless), however, when the image capturing is finished, everything goes OK up to the database update. There goes with the same error as the following image:
I already checked access details, services and firewall/IPTables. Everything is correct and still comes back with that error.
Some help please? Any other ideas??
@Tom-Elliott Perfect. You can mark this topic as “Solved”.
@Tom-Elliott Yes I did set the password after. I don’t know what went wrong with it, but after the installation finished, I ran through the configurations (and its passwords), in order to verify if everything was ok.
Anyway, all ok and going to test the image capture/deployment tasks.
Thanks a bunch.
@Tom-Elliott That solved it. But this issue occurred after the default automated installation.
For now, this is only a test server. Later on, if everything going ok, it will be implemented on a production environment. Hope everything goes ok from here.
Thanks a lot for your help!