I can deploy our agent to any directly connected computer.  We have some new Dr. Offices opening up soon and i would like to just type in the static ip address of the office and have it provision the entire office.  Is this a possibility and if so can someone point me in the direction of the document or information to set this up.



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do you have dedicated links to each office, or are you going thru the internet?

Answered 09/18/2012 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • We are going through the internet. I only have dedicated links to our labs which have Kace installed.
  • You would have to open ports in your firewall for them to communicate. I would not not advise that for security reasons. You could establish a tunnel between sites, but that would require bandwidth. If your offices are large enough I would recommend a RSA at each site.
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In order to provision, the K1000 would have to be able to resolve the machine to be provisioned IP address and hostname.

As SMal.tmcc suggested, you will want to use replication shares for the K1000 and RSAs for the K2000.

You will need to either use a dedicated link (like a T1) or make your K1000 accessible from the internet.

See the articles below for enabling SSL and LDAPS if you choose the second option.  There is also a .pdf with a possible configuration.

Precautions before Implementing SSL

How do I configure my KBOX to support SSL?

Public Internet KBOX SSL Setup

How do I configure LDAPS (Secure LDAP) for my KBOX?

Which network ports does the KACE K1000 appliance require to function?

Answered 09/18/2012 by: jknox
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Thank you for your help.  

Answered 09/20/2012 by: KOLDY
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