I'm not sure that this is possible, but I'd like to explore it if it is.   We have a DMZ with multiple servers.  We currently open the necessary ports from each of these servers directly to the Kace Management Appliance in our network.   We'd like reduce the footprint, and I was thinking if there's a way to deploy a remote management machine that would communicate with the central management appliance.   Then we could have all DMZ machines communicate with that single instance in the DMZ and the machine in the DMZ would communicate with the machine in our network.  

Has anyone done anything like this? 
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There's nothing that KACE currently offers to enable this functionality as far as I am aware.  There have been some similar requests on the Uservoice site, so I'd recommend submitting a feature request or voting on a current one there: https://kace.uservoice.com/forums/82699-k1000/suggestions/5224791-support-for-2-nics-each-on-separate-networks

Typically, you would use port forwarding to accomplish what you are trying to do:

Answered 06/17/2015 by: jknox
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