@george1421 paragraph 3 sounds like a pain in the !@#$, what exactly does this entail from the main page? ““Computers can be securely managed with FOG Project remotely, from anywhere in the world. * requires a public facing FOG Server”” Is that just remote access, or pushing updates?
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RE: If I create a fog server, can I push an image to a friends computer remotely via the internet if he has ipv4 pxe option in his bios?
If I create a fog server, can I push an image to a friends computer remotely via the internet if he has ipv4 pxe option in his bios?
Front page states:
“Computers can be securely managed with FOG Project remotely, from anywhere in the world*. * requires a public facing FOG Server”
Suppose that could be limited to only managing and not pushing images. Not sure.
There are instances where windows 10 !@#$ up and you cannot get into the recovery prior to boot, it now only lets you access it through shift reboot from login. Or it is all a mess and will not work from recovery menu, either.
No cd rom drive, no dedicated usb boot drive so you have to run to a friends house or buy a boot drive from amazon.
So, I’d like to make a public IP that a remote computer could connect to via this setting in their bios in order to push a fresh image of windows 10.
I’ve read you do not want to make a public server for this, not sure why? Like why hasn’t Microsoft done this? Seems like it would be a huge deal to make an install so simple as to connect to an ip in the bios and let it do it’s thing.
Anyway, rant over. Just wanted to make sure this project here would actually work before I get further into it.