Currently using Dell Kace K1000 in my organisation. Should My replication shares all be the same size. I currently have 22 rep shares with the same setup dotted around the globe but some of them have different sizes. What could be the reason for this?

\\OAK01\KACE-Repository 1.65
\\OAK02\KACE-Repository 800
\\OAK03\KACE-Repository 1.86
\\OAK04\KACE-Repository 1.92
\\OAK05\KACE-Repository 1.21
\\OAK06KACE-Repository 2.08
\\OAK07\KACE-Repository 1.6
\\OAK13\KACE-Repository   - slow915
\\OAK14\KACE-Repository 1.03
\\OAK16\KACE-Repository No Acess
\\OAK17\KACE-Repository   - slow1.66
\\OAK18\KACE-Repository   - slow 1.89
\\OAK19\KACE-Repository 1.61
\\OAK20\KACE-Repository 1.61
\\OAK21\KACE-Repository 1.61
\\OAK22\KACE-Repository 1.4

Please help
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  • Are they all set to the same schedules?
  • A variety of issues

    1. Connection type (T1, VPN...etc)
    2. High/Low bandwidth speeds
    3. Schedules
    4. Applications created but removed before next schedule
    5. Patches replicated to certain sites but removed or deleted before another schedule kicked off to a different replication point.
  • Very new to Kace so pardon me.

    Yes I believe they are on the same schedule. Please let me know if there are any additional info I can provide to help pin point the issue.

    As for the OAK16, i figured out it wasnt shared and hence reason for being unable to access.
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Be aware that you can choose not to send some patch subscriptions to some of the replication shares. For instance if you know that you don't having any Windows XP systems at a remote site, you could unselect those patches in the Replication share and then it would have a different total size. 

Are there items in the Queue for a given site that are not yet pushed? 

Answered 07/08/2014 by: MacDude
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