My K2 is reaching its storage capacity and so I will be adding a device to serve as off-board storage. Looking at the KB http://www.kace.com/support/resources/kb/article/K2000-Storage-TechNote?action=artikel&id=1129 I see that Kace supports Synology DSM and NETGear ReadyNAS. 

My question is if anybody has had any success with this, and what device did they end up using? 

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We switched to using WIM imaging on the K2000.  I capture and deploy the wim via Kace from our windows main storage at each site.  I only store the Mac images on the k2000 all windows images are stored externally.  I have about 500-600 gigs worth of w7 images.  Two advantages I found doing this is it is much faster to deploy a WIM and the load on the K2000 is very low, I have had over 120 boxes deploying successfully at the same time from a single k2000 server.  My logs currently show staff deploying 3 different images to 57 machines and I am capturing a new image at the same time.

Use the KBE manipulator to create different boot enviroments that map  the t: and w: drives to the windows boxes for capture and use a pre installation task to map the proper server for that image at the first step in deployment. 

as example:

net use w: /delete
net use w: \\ms-acad.acad.tmcc.edu\images$ password /user:acad\username

Answered 06/14/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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Mark, both of those options have been successful, as has the Overland Storage Snap Server DX1.

Later this year it will also be able to support 2008 Server Storage.

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Answered 06/18/2012 by: cserrins
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smal.tmcc- Could your solution be used to capture a k-image to a location besides the k2000? If the boot environment can be manipulated to map the capture location to my own choosing I think it could happen. I haven't had any success so far.

Answered 07/11/2012 by: rhertzing
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