I am trying to setup a second Org (Org2) in our Kbox 1100 and am wondering about replication shares.

I originally setup a replication share at the Org2 site and it is working fine (thanks David), but I set this replication up in the first Orgs (Org1) configuration. I have decided to use the Orgs functionality (since this is a separate company) and have started configuring Org2. I am now wondering how to ensure the clients located at the Org2 site use it to do all the software installs. Should I have setup the replication share from the Org2 configuration interface?

Any help or advice is much appreciated,

- Hamilton
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I assume you mean K1200 since K1100's don't have Orgs.

Each Org has it's own replication configuration. Each org has it's own agents. Each org has it's own labels. Organize your agents into labels in org 2 and configure a rep share to use that label. You'd obviously want to use different storage locations to avoid conflict. Consider each org to be a separate Kbox is probably the simplest way to think of it.
Answered 02/10/2011 by: cblake
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Thanks Christopher,

So, I don't need the replication share setup in Org1? Can I use the share I already have replicated at Org2 (after I remove it from Org1), just setup a replication in Org2 to point to that location?

When you say "organize your agents" do you mean my clients at Org2?

Sorry if these questions seem dense but I'm new to the Kbox...

As for it being an 1100, that's what it says on the device and the invoice. Or are you saying, when I added the Orgs option it turned it into a 1200?

Thanks again,

- Hamilton
Answered 02/10/2011 by: HMcWhorter
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