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It seems like ProvisionAuth.cs In toec api validates the uri it also looks like it for intercom.
I'm pretty sure that why i'm not getting pushed remotely correctly, i asked the reverse proxy to change the uri for what the toec api is waiting for but the toec api is not accepting the change, like if it was not reading my new http header, i'm pretty sure those 2 controllers needs to have reverse proxy support added
It seems like something on your server isn't setup correctly, but I'm not sure what. It seems to preventing the files from being written. You could try changing your imaging mode from http to smb. Do you have an SMB share available to store images on? You could set it up on that server if you need to.
@theopenem_admin originally, it hung on configuring (or installing) IIS components, but I followed the guide and already had IIS installed, so that was strange to me that it tried to install it again. I uninstalled IIS and ran the installer again, but it said it was installed and I ran a repair instead of the full install.
Want me to uninstall and reinstall? The biggest problem is that it keeps telling me the machine needs a reboot even after multiple reboots, and we can't reboot it during school hours. I had to go into the registry and remove the things that the pending reboot checks for it to install.
Is there a way to push that policy manually, or force it to run on the test machine that's already finished the original joindomain policy? I've assigned it, but don't see a way to push it to the box and have no idea if/when it'll run.
Man, these things are awful. That let them get to TheOpenEM fine, and all the way through image selection, and they fail showing no hard drive. The BIOS on these things is so restrictive, I can't put it into Legacy Mode. I tried 5.11.10, 5.6.4 and 4.18.5. I'll come back to it in the morning.
I will keep messing with it, and report what I run into, in case this weird circumstance happens with anyone else. To clarify, this happened after I joined the TOEMS server to another domain and changed it's IP address. So yeah, there's plenty that could go wrong. Hopefully, I'm an edge case.