@tom-elliott I’m having this issue as well. Login screen appears pretty quickly, but logging in takes at least 3-5 minutes and all UI navigation takes several seconds to up to a minute to load.
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RE: Active Directory OU aliases
@george1421 I’d be really interested in your setup, because that’s exactly what I would ultimatly want. Our setup would be much simpler, if it’s possible to do it this way, but we have several physical locations and one OU per location.
How might I go about getting FOG to change the OU based on location? I am using the plugin. Might you be able to share a redacted version of the scripts you’re using?
Active Directory OU aliases
We have multiple OU destinations for computers joined to our domain via FOG, and right now I’m using a text file as a cheat sheet for those OU paths, which I copy and paste into the host settings.
What would be nice is if we could define aliases to use for each OU, rather than having to type/paste the full OU path each time we set up a new host, or not have to put them in the same OU every time.
Perhaps aliases could be defined in FOG settings, and then the user could select from a dropdown list in the Active Directory settings for the host? Correct me if I’m wrong, but this would be as simple as a constant being defined for the OU path string when the user creates an alias.
RE: How can one manually & locally clone image to device using Clonezilla?
@george1421 I completely forgot I have a USB ethernet adapter. I’ll give that a try.
How can one manually & locally clone image to device using Clonezilla?
I’ve got a notebook I need to image from FOG, but alas, the ethernet adapter is dead.
Is there a way to manually write a standard single disk/resizable Windows 7 image that I have on my FOG server if I copied it to a portable HDD? I’ve used Clonezilla in the past, but I’m sure with resizable images, there might be some extra steps involved.
Here’s the image as it is on my FOG server:
Deploy fails - detected stalls on CPUs/tasks
- FOG Version: 1.3.5
- OS: Centos 7 x64
- Service Version: N/A
- OS: Windows 7
I did a quick registration on a HP Z400 workstation, and that worked fine, but when I attempted to deploy an image I got the following:
So I then stopped the task, deleted the host, and did a full registration instead. The registration worked okay, and the deploy task got a little further this time, but then it halted here:
Any idea what’s going on? I’m using
undionly.kpxe, if that’s relevant.