@mhx How many of these systems do you need to image?
You should be able to image a uefi system using FOG in bios mode. After fog imaging is done you will need to switch to uefi mode before the first boot of windows.
Yah, it will work if i go back to bios and change the boot order and turn off network pxe boot. The server can boot UEFI windows/linux, but dont see UEFI Intel Pxe boot option on this older unit like I do the other server. Sadly there is no bios updates for this board.
So that could be a work around is just to change the boot order manually.
This has to be left in Legacy + UEFI mode if I dont the INTEL PXE boot option goes away from the boot order.
Is there any way to get these older boards to boot to Legacy PXE > chainboot EFI image?
I ended up trying another server with this board w/ x10SLH
I can get this one to give m the UEFI pxe Intel boot. Going to play with this.
Should I be using undionly.kpxe as def boot?
and what should these be set to?
Exit to Hard Drive Type
Exit to Hard Drive Type(EFI)
New to Fog… So far its really cool and I think I can use it to help img boxes. All our installs are UEFI, linux or windows.
I am struggling to find the working config combo that will allow my system to boot after I add a HOST > create image > copy image to new server.
I can create images and load images, but when it does the default boot hard drive option, i just get a blinking _ _ _.
If I hit F11 for the boot menu and skip to the image I loaded, it boots fine. But booting from the FOG menu/default option I cant get working. Strange.
I have changed “Exit to Hard Drive Type” and “Exit to Hard Drive Type(EFI)” and have searched for this issue here trying to use others suggestions, but not having luck.
I am using PFSENSE for DHCP. Fog is installed on Centos8.
I have tried using in pfsense dhcp “Default BIOS file name”
The only things that really change my results are changing the exit methods. The Supermicro Intel PXE boot is not a UEFI so its trying to boot my OS which is UEFI. I hope I am just missing some setting.