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Yea, some computers just don't play nice. The only other last resort is to use the WinPE environment, assuming you are cloning Windows.
Seems like should work, that should cover both an on demand pxe boot or a task started from the web. Have you tried kernel 4.18.5?
Just want to verify the acpi=off was passed in properly. Where did you put it in at?
You could also try passing in the argument
Are there any power saving features in the bios, can you try different options if so?
Not with PXE boot. USB should work with secure boot.
According to what you posted earlier:
10.47.0.79 => Local laptop clonedeploy server
10.47.0.5 => Firewall DHCP Server
10.47.0.107 => Remote computer need to upload a image
So your next-server and interface should both be 10.47.0.79
You don't need to set option 60 in your case. Just set the interface and next-server to your CloneDeploy server ip
Your next-server is wrong, it should be the CloneDeploy server ip.
@hrumph2 yes you are correct there are other options out there. I was talking more about CloneDeploy options not 3rd party. Also this user mentioned they installed on Windows, so I was assuming the user wanted a Windows option. Finally, CloneDeploy proxy offers some advantages over DNSmasq since it can talk directly to the CloneDeploy api. Thanks for your input though, in the end, it's whatever works for you.