@Tony-Fiorentino Ok now the next steps is to make that dhcp option 67 dynamic. You would typically do this by following the instructions I provided about uefi bios coexistence. But since your dhcp server is older than windows 2012 you still have options without touching your primary dhcp server. You would do this by installing dnsmasq on your FOG server, and then let dnsmasq provide the proper pxe boot information based on the pxe booting client. If you have a single subnet, where your fog server and pxe booting clients are on the same subnet you just need to install dnsmasq and your’d done. If your clients are on a different subnet than your fog/dnsmasq server you need to add the fog server’s IP address in the last position of your dhcp-helper/dhcp-relay service on your subnet router, just like your main dhcp server. Once that is done your FOG server will issue pxe boot information for all subnets.
Setting up dnsmasq literally takes about 10 minutes with my tutorial. It is the way to go when your dhcp server doesn’t support dynamic boot files.