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KACE Product Support Question


deploy kace to computers

06/29/2017 1484 views
I would like to see how to deploy kace agent to some PCs, I see that there is a group policy in place but some PCs dont have the agent installed.
here is a screenshot of the GPO and please tell me how i can push the install
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thank you


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  • Why are you using two different versions of the agent? You should only have one version.
  • got it. now how to make sure all my AD computers are on kace this way I can see it in kace console? earlier I added a single machine to kace but when searching for it by IP in inventory, nothing came up

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There is a tool to create the GPO and it doesn't look like you used that:  
Answered 06/29/2017 by: RichB
Second Degree Brown Belt

  • Can't open any support case because I don't have support on the box, warranty has expired and was hoping I can get some help here
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I dont have support to download that tool
Answered 06/29/2017 by: kace1000-2015
Senior Yellow Belt

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Here is the link to the download from that page but if you don't have access that is a different problem:  https://support.quest.com/download-install-detail/6078490
Answered 07/03/2017 by: RichB
Second Degree Brown Belt

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dont have access to that
Answered 07/03/2017 by: kace1000-2015
Senior Yellow Belt

  • Create a support account here: https://support.quest.com/account/registersupportuser
    If you still don't have access, contact a Quest rep to link your KACE account
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Procedure
1 Log in to the K1000 adminui: http://<K1000_hostname>/admin. Or, if the fast
switching option is enabled, select an organization in the drop-down list in the top-right
corner of the page next to the login information.
2 Click Settings > Provisioning.
The Provisioning panel appears.
3 Click Single Agent Provisioning.
The Single Agent Provisioning page appears. The Agent version to be installed appears
on the page.
4 Specify provisioning settings:
5 Click Run Now.
The Provisioning Schedules page appears and the new configuration is displayed.
The appliance saves the configuration with the name Simple Provisioning - IP
Address, then runs the configuration against the targeted IP address.
Answered 07/05/2017 by: gke565
Senior Yellow Belt

  • how do I make sure all computers in domain have this agent installed?
    • I usually check the active computes in AD vs the number/list of machines that show in KACE. This can be a problem if you don't keep AD up-to-date (i.e. remove old computer accounts). Display modified column in AD to see the last time a computer registered itself.
      • how do you see the last time a computer registered itself?
      • In ADUC console - View>Add/Remove Columns > ADD Modified. When a computer registers/checks in with AD the Modified Date will change. We had a policy to disable any computer account that didn't check in for 90 days, after another 90 days we would delete from AD.
      • got it. now how to make sure all my AD computers are on kace this way I can see it in kace console? earlier I added a single machine to kace but when searching for it by IP in inventory, nothing came up

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