I am looking to divide the knowledge-base in Kace for a Public (end user education) side and a Private (IT and best practices) side. I am in the beginning of learning Kace and was given this project. The public side needs to not require a log in to view it. Is this even possible?
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No, uses will need to log in to see it. You can, however, assign specific labels to KB articles that will define who gets to see them.
Answered 10/09/2014 by: h2opolo25
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You can turn on SSO so that there isn't a need to log in but that would be across the board for everyone.

As h2opolo25 mentioned, you use labels to hide and show KB articles to people. 
Answered 10/09/2014 by: nshah
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