Looking for the bragging here!

What is the coolest thing you have done with your k1000? This can be in any scope or subject area. I would like to know what you have done with your k1000 that you are really impressed by, or what you think someone else will be impressed by. 
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search the blogs for k1000 and you will find a lot of useful things you can do with the KBox.  I have done many innovations with the K1000 that helps us grow as an organization with a shrinking IT staff.
Answered 05/20/2015 by: SMal.tmcc
Red Belt

  • Thanks, I have been looking around. I just wanted someone to toot their own horn...
    • You want to see some really neat stuff come to Dell World User Forum, Kace does some great sessions there.
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Just search for SMal.tmcc's postings. He gave some very impressive demonstrations at the Software User Forum last year. 
Answered 05/21/2015 by: rockhead44
Tenth Degree Black Belt

  • thanks, did not want to toot my own horn
    • I'll toot it for you! You are a wizard-ninja!

      Ron Colson
      KACE Koach
      • Thanks Ron hopefully I will get to see the crew at Dell World again this year. You guys are great group and very enjoyable to work with. and also are wizard-ninja's. There is a lot of great talent on this site.
  • Just wanted to add another toot to the horn:
    This blog post, in a roundabout way, revolutionized the way we image machines.
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This might not be that technical but I feel it's highly valuable. I have LDAP labels for computers set up for each one of our Organizational Units in Active Directory. This allows patching, reports, or even distributions by each one of our company departments-- which often reside at different physical locations. It can be nice to show power savings or the number of vulnerabilities (OVAL) that a certain department has been aided with due to patching schedules.
Answered 05/27/2015 by: itsamurai
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