Good morning gentleman,
Not sure if this helps but I did some experimenting this morning (Windows side of things).
After Sebastian installed dnsmasq onto my FOG server we disabled Option 66 Boot Server Host Name and Option 67 Bootfile Name on my Domain Controller that hands out DHCP. As Sebastian mentioned the legacy client fired right up and the UEFI boot client had the “Warning Boot Failure” error.
So below is the information I have and hopefully it makes sense.
When I disable option 66 & 67 on my DHCP server the Legacy client boots - UEFI client does not
When I leave option 66 & 67 on my DHCP server they both boot: Legacy boots off FOG - UEFI boots off my DHCP server with ipex.efi as my boot file in Option 67:
Beautiful - but not sure if this is how it is suppose to work (dnsmasq in conjunction with Windows DHCP)???
Again feedback appreciated and hopefully this didn’t add confusion. As of right now to the blind eye everything works - all computers, BIOS options, etc. Are further modifications needed or is it OK to run this way?