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In the web go to admin settings->client->global computer args
Recreate the boot menu when prompted. Change that user's password to something generic for now like pass
Try again, take a pic of login screen when asked for username and pass, then take a pic after the debug info is posted.
Have you changed any of the security settings?
Can you post screen shot of all selected permissions?
That all should work, permissions may or may not copy depending on how you copy, but easy enough to change later if they don't.
That should be easy. There is no guide because when you install on Linux the guide basically already shows what to do. These are the commands during install that setup the storage.
mkdir -p /cd_dp/images mkdir /cd_dp/resources chown -R www-data:www-data /cd_dp chown -R www-data:cdsharewriters /cd_dp chmod -R 2775 /cd_dp
Just change /cd_dp to your new location
Then in /etc/samba/smb.conf change the path to your new location
In webui distribution points change the physical path to your new location
It depends on the task for the computer. If a task has been created they need the upload / deploy /multicast permission. If no task has been scheduled they need the allow on demand permission.
Is the new location local to your CloneDeploy server or is it on a different server?
Just mount it on your filesystem and update the distribution point physical path.
To expand a little on this. There are two different authentication mechanisms for the api. The clientimaging controller(this is used by all imaging scripts) uses the tokens you described above. All other controllers use an oauth2 token. The reason they are different is to allow client imaging without the need for a user login by simply passing the token, cant really do that with oauth2. So in your example above you could only call methods in the clientimaging controller, which is probably not what you are looking for. So you will need to implement the oauth2 token for the computer controller.