I have an issue that started out looking like the UEFI boot issues a bunch of people were having, but I think it might be something different.
We recently got some new HP laptops (very generically called HP Laptop 15z) that do not have legacy boot options. I was able to find info and reconfigure my FOG to boot consistently into PXE, and both capture and deploy tasks seem to complete successfully, but after a deploy, if I let it chain load, rEFInd goes to it’s “about” screen. If I disable netboot and force it to boot from HD, it complains that there is no OS.
I’ve tried all the other exit types as well and none will boot the HD.
I’ve tried this with both old images (Win 10 1809) that have worked flawlessly and new ones (W10 20H2) created on the new hardware.
- FOG 1.5.8
- DHCP is a Win2008 server with 66 pointing to FOG IP and 67 set to snponly.efi
- I’m using persistent groups plugin
- I have a custom init but it’s just replacing the register script with a simpler one that only asks the questions we need
I dunno if those last two are even useful or relevant but I’m grasping at straws here. I don’t know what I did to have the system just completely unable to find the OS.
Any insight is appreciated.