I setup my first remote site last night, and it seems to be working fine - all test connections pass, etc. It's running on Win7, firewall off, through VirtualBox. I can connect to the hosted page just fine, but how do I image from it? I selected the images I want to sync to the RSA, but when I boot into my normal KBE, I don't see an option to image from the RSA. So I figured I'd have to create a new KBE - which I attempted to using the new KBE Manipulator, and it goes through the process for a while, then says that it doesn't have permissions to upload to RSA.

What do I need to do?
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Using the KBE Manipulator, the first screen I entered the RSA IP Address instead of the main K2000. So I entered the main K2000 BOX IP, and then step1 of the next screen I put in the static RSA IP and all is well now!
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I've just re-tried the KBE Manipulator and on the first step, I chose static RSA IP - but now I get an error during the process that says "invalid response from the kbox. please check the hostname provided" - then after I hit OK i get the same error "The response received was: Error: Upload to Remote Site Appliance not permitted"
Answered 03/15/2012 by: sfigg
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Never mind - I'm a moron! Using the KBE Manipulator, the first screen I entered the RSA IP Address instead of the main K2000. So I entered the main K2000 BOX IP, and then step1 of the next screen I put in the static RSA IP and all is well now!
Answered 03/15/2012 by: sfigg
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Typically remote site is on different subnet, different property, so you would set up dhcp option 66 to the ip address of the RSA, but of course kbem works too ;)
Answered 03/15/2012 by: cserrins
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I talked with KACE support, and they said this is a known issue on my agent version I guess...so we're going to upgrade the K1000 server and clients next week and see if that resolves it.
Answered 03/15/2012 by: sfigg
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This has nothing to do with agent install, see my comment above.
Answered 03/15/2012 by: cserrins
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Oh sorry wrong topic - I have a K1000 replication issue as well and got the topics confused! The KBE worked for me, but thanks for your help cserrins :)
Answered 03/15/2012 by: sfigg
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right, but if you don't want to build a special kbe each time, see above about setting up dhcp.
Answered 03/15/2012 by: cserrins
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