I’ve tried on Ubuntu 12.04 before but it was just a brief moment.
I still like to use FOG 0.32 on Ubuntu 11.10. Ubuntu 12.04 seems to have change some of the commands which I’m familiar with on Ubuntu 11.10.
If you’re just talking about changing the IP address to suit the IP addresses for the PCs at your head office. Then you could just refer to this guide.
“Change FOG Server IP Address”
Thx for the info MLX. Appreciate it!!
Hey Robin, I guess is because it’s an OEM version that I should only work on the machine that you bought with it.
[quote=“MLX, post: 2182, member: 660”]I did it !!!
To solve this error, the only thing that works is the “real” sysprep.
So I sysprep my machine before uploading and it’s ok when deploying.
For those who search how to activate windows, I create a .bat file i place in C:\ and which contains :
REM source http://www.sizzledcore.com/2009/10/26/how-to-change-windows-7-product-key/
REM insert Windows Key
slmgr.vbs -ipk XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX-XXXXX
REM activate Windows
REM Delete file
This .bat has to be executed as Administrator, or simply exec it if already connected as local Administrator.
Well, that adds another step and it’s not very “automated”, but this way, i have the real license key, and anyway, i manually log in with local admin account …
Thanks for your help ![/quote]
Just wanna ask, when you said “real” sysprep do you mean you download Sysprep from Microsoft instead of the one that comes with Windows installation?
By the way, before you sysprep did you activate your Windows already? Cuz I’m facing some activation issues and I’ve yet to try your method.
Another things is that did you install all your softwares already before you image your Windows 7? Just to get an overall picture
Got it fix already. It seems I that I made some wrong configurations during the setup of the FOG server. I just refer to “[URL=‘http://www.fogproject.org/wiki/index.php?title=Change_FOG_Server_IP_Address’]Change FOG Server IP address[/URL]” guide to change to the IP address that I want.
Hi thr, I’m new to FOG/Ubuntu/Networking, I’ve installed FOG on Ubuntu 11.10 following the installation guide “Fog on Isolated Network”.
After the installation, I’ve tried logging in using [url]http://localhost/fog/management/[/url] . Based on the guides, I’m supposed to be able to access it using the IP I’ve set e.g. [url]http://192.168.0.100/fog/management/[/url]. I wasn’t able to and I’m stuck at this point =\
[quote=“Zardan, post: 1888, member: 185”]Yes it is, it copies everything.
Windows and few other applications may require that you activate them again after cloning due to hardware changes.[/quote]
I see. Thx a lot!!
Hi, is FOG able to deploy images which includes the OS and the apps installed with it to its targeted clients?