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FOG with UEFI

Change your boot filename to snponly.efi

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Change your boot filename to snponly.efi
Some systems might have a different option for UEFI 32/64 bit file name.

Which file to use?

The FOG wiki suggests snponly.efi should work for most systems.

snponly.efi

Check IPXE column in the Devices table on the WorkingDevices FOG wiki page for tested filename.

You can get a list of all available files on your fog server in the /tftpboot directory

ls /tftpboot

Change DHCP option 67 from undionly.kpxe to the new UEFI file you want to use.
Some systems might have a different option for UEFI 32/64 bit file name.

You may need to disable secure boot on some systems to boot correctly. It is recommended to turn this back on after imaging.

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