Systems Management Question

Does Remote Site Appliance have to run in a VM?

03/14/2016 603 views
We would look at running our Remote Site Appliance computers native to the Kace OS. I believe it is Linux.
I other words, is Windows and a VM required or can we just build the PC as a Linux box and not have Windows and a VM running to be a Remote Site Appliance?
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  • Thanks for the answer.

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you need a VM
Answered 03/14/2016 by: SMal.tmcc
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  • That being said, it doesn't HAVE to be a Windows-based VM host. You could install vSphere Hypervisor, which is free.
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