apt-get -y remove unattended-upgrades
This saved my bacon, thank you very much, first command failed but second one worked, i have also run the unattended-upgrades command, once again thank you.
@Sebastian-Roth HI Sebastian, just to let you know that this is something internally that keeps setting a proxy server, a bit of software or GPO I am struggling like crazy to find it, but every time I change the proxy when I log in , it is there again. I can find no GPO that is responsible, an absolute mystery to me, Microsoft and our third line support, but we will get there eventually or die trying.
this is windows 10, i typed this url on a win 7 PC and it used the proxy settings as expected and returned a Certificate to install. However on a win 10 PC it went to the proxy. (10.10.1.7 is the proxy) how very frustrating.
196 4.133452 10.10.7.160 10.10.1.7 HTTP 366 GET http://10.10.1.26/fog/management/other/ca.cert.der HTTP/1.1
@Sebastian-Roth whoever on running wireshark just sniffing the network i do see this coming from the proxy, so looks like somehow the proxy settings are being ignored
980 23.971899 10.10.1.7 10.10.7.160 HTTP 181 HTTP/1.1 407 Proxy Authentication Required (text/html)
@Sebastian-Roth Proxy exceptions setting defo have the fog server excluded, still have the same error when trying to install the new client, the install goes through till it gets to Pinning Fog Server then a pop up titled “Fog Service Setup” with an error in the window “Unable to Install CA certificate”