Fantastic thank you just what I needed :)
Hi all, was just wondering is there a way to truncate the user login hist table, I’m not the best with mysql and it has grown considerably due to the size of the company so rather than upping max mem in php.ini thought I would have a clean up :)
Just in the process of building a new environment but wanted to undertake this to allow some of the support guys to use the user history to identify what machines they are using.
As always thanks in advance,
Didn’t read any further than “browser” before realizing I have been a fool :)
Many thanks for the reply, been mad busy and missed the obvious, you know what its like when a fresh pair of eyes saves you from throwing a mouse across the room at an innocent, you have potentially saved someone a trip to the emergency room :D
Hi all not posted in a while but hope you are all well :)
Any suggestions as to what I should check to resolve the following issue would be great, basically if I want to check a machine to add it to AD the AD Defaults are not automatically populating the specific fields. This is happening in both Host Management and Group Management meaning I have to manually provide the OU, Domain and credentials to complete the task. Everything else is as always working like a charm :)
Currently using build 1.2.0, will have to check what SVN as I have been away recently and have a mind like a sieve :)
Hi all, odd issue. In Image management the size on server is stating 0gb, I have pushed an image up and it shows image size so a little confused. I am just checking that I can push the images out correctly and will keep you posted.
Just wondered if anyone else was getting this in 1.2.0
[quote=“Tom Elliott, post: 32984, member: 7271”]If you don’t know how to get the Encoded password:
Here’s how (useful if you wanted to script all of this):
Autologin password is the password with a salt of “Password”
So you can run:
[code]base64 ‘mypasswordHerePassword’[/code] And the value that generates is what you would put in the <Value>YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD</Value>
For the AdministratorPassword stanza, the same is true but the salt is “AdministratorPassword” so:
[code]base64 ‘mypasswordHereAdministratorPassword’[/code] And the value that generates is what you would put in the <Value>YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD</Value>
For the LocalAccount password is the same with salt as the AutoLogin with a salt of “Password”
Hope this helps you all out.[/code][/quote]
My bad orgot to mention something to that end, just bolded the <Value>YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD</Value> to make it a little easier to read :)
In your unattend.xml do you have <autologon> set correctly and a logon count defined, also the <localaccounts> here you determine the user account that will log on and the number of times it automaticaly logs on, I have mine set for 2, first one for fog to rename host and the second to add to domain, the third boot cycle leaves the workstation at the logon screen prompting for the end users credentials, completely unattended with no user intervention required. Also what steps do you thin are being missed, sorry If I am misreading your problem here :)
Should look something like this.
<AutoLogon> <Password> <Value>[B]YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD[/B]</Value> <PlainText>false</PlainText> </Password> <Enabled>true</Enabled> <LogonCount>2</LogonCount> <Username>administrator</Username> </AutoLogon> <OOBE> <HideEULAPage>true</HideEULAPage> <HideWirelessSetupInOOBE>true</HideWirelessSetupInOOBE> <NetworkLocation>Home</NetworkLocation> <ProtectYourPC>1</ProtectYourPC> </OOBE> <UserAccounts> <AdministratorPassword> <Value>[B]YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD[/B]</Value> <PlainText>false</PlainText> </AdministratorPassword> <LocalAccounts> <LocalAccount wcm:action="add"> <Password> <Value>[B]YOUR ENCRYPTED PASSWORD[/B]</Value> <PlainText>false</PlainText> </Password> <Description>Local Administrator</Description> <DisplayName>Administrator</DisplayName> <Group>Administrators</Group> <Name>Administrator</Name> </LocalAccount> </LocalAccounts> </UserAccounts>
Hope this helps
[quote=“phm2000, post: 30903, member: 24664”]Hi
I have same problem.
My dell optiplex 780 (I update bios to last version) work with pxe and fog 0.32, but I update with fog 1.1.1 and ipxe fail like you (error on line Congfiguring (net0 [MAC])
Same problem with HP 430 G1
An old dell latitude d630 works with ipxe
Is it a kernel problem or just ipxe ?
Thanks for help
Bit weird as the D630 works, I know that the 780 works fine with the latest Kernel as I have a lot of 780’s still in production. Usually if I have a problem with specific machines not booting I try a different Kernel with success, is definitely worth trying as it only take a few seconds to change.
Give the Kernel change a go, hope this helps :)