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tmp var and var_log_audit are not deploying because the logical volumes are too small. In your custom size, change the unit to mb(I'm not sure why the header column says (MB) don't think that's valid) give each one approx 500 more than the resize value. So temp has a resize value of 1502 according to your schema, give it a custom size of 2002.
Also have you tried without giving your lv's custom sizes?
1.) Just put them in a group and use the group properties to define whatever you want for each comuter in the group
2.) There is currently no way to do that, the schema is erased on each upload. We could probably work around it by passing an argument, similar to question 3.
3.) It is fixed, but not released yet. 1.4.0 is basically done, but there were a lot of changes done to the Linux imaging environment. I still need to do a lot of testing before I can release it, unfortunately I haven't had much extra time lately.
That's just a warning, not the cause of your problem. Can you attach the entire log.
In the image profile deploy options you can disable it.
Thanks for the info. I have created a new MSI installer, which will be released in the next version, that should help with this.
The reboot command has also been fixed, not released yet.
Source code is already on github.
sids get reset when you sysprep with the generalize flag. Did you use /generalize when you ran sysprep?
I do not have one. Here is a post of someone else who attached their file, it may or may not work for you. https://forum.clonedeploy.org/821-renaming-pc-not-working
Please refer to this thread.
CloneDeploy is open source licensed under GPLv3. You can do what you want with it as long as it stays open source. CloneDeploy is only an imaging solution, it does not manage devices after they are imaged.