I've been using Fog Project for years. It's my favorite open source operating system imaging tools for large networks. We were using it at my company up until a few years ago when we started buying Thinkpad T460P laptops and my desktop technician at the time couldn't get these laptops to boot. Instead of doing some actual Googling he and my Systems Administrator at the time wanted to use WDS instead.
Well both of those guys have since moved onto other places, and I decided that we were going to save a Windows server license and go back to Fog!
The first thing I had to do was figure out how to get the T460P's, T470P's and now T480P's to boot up to the Fog boot menu. When I first tried booting my T460P, this is the message I received:
Long story short, it got stuck saying No configuration methods succeeded.... Boo!
Well the fix was actually pretty easy. Instead of using the undionly.kpxe tftp file like the documentation says, we used intel.kpxe instead and it worked like a charm! Now we get the Fog boot menu on all models of our Lenovo laptops!
Have you had problems with Lenovo and Fog? What did you have to do to get it to work? Let us know in the comments!