Can I store image files in an alternate location? I know there is RSA but I don't really want to do that now. I setup replication but now I see that it is software distribution files that are being replicated. That's nice but I would like to have an alternate file server for images.

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You can use a NAS device to extend your K2000 storage capabilities:
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Are you using K-Images or are you imaging with the Kace Native Imaging Toolkit?

You can use a NAS device to extend your K2000 storage capabilities:

If you want to just store the images somewhere, but not necessarily use them, you can just export the image from the K2000, store it on a file share or wherever you want, and then delete it from the K2000. If you do this, make sure you run a purge to free up space while the K2000 is not capturing anything.
Answered 04/03/2012 by: warmep
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  • I think I needed to expand a bit on my question. What I am wanting to do is have an image stored on a server in site that does not have much bandwidth. Then have the K2000 look to that image for computers in that building. Is that what an RSA is?
    • That's exactly what it is for. The RSA stores the files so that when you set a deployment for that remote site, it pulls from the RSA instead of the K2000.
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