Not to ignore you, but when I came in this morning, me and my boss had a conversation. He was messing around with another VM that was also having speed issues. He turned off VMQ under the Hardware Acceleration for the VM’s NIC on Hyper-V. His file transfer speed issue immediately went away. Naturally, I tried this for the FOG VM. When I booted up a machine, PXE boot ran as expected. I never saw the TFTP spinning, and both bzimage and init loaded instantly. However, I turned VMQ back on and tried again and the speed issue was still gone, so I don’t know if this was a problematic setting or not.
If the speed issue comes back, I will go ahead and do the tcpdump, unless you’d like me to do it now anyways just for sake of gaining info. FOG is running on the latest Ubuntu Server OS.