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File Synchronization limit

04/24/2019 450 views

I need to push out a 30 MB file to about 1000 windows servers. I have a single 6.4 K1000.  Should I do these in batches or just push it out to everything at once? I did about 100 Windows 2016 server and it seemed to work fine.

It looks like there is a 1 day distribution window. I don't want to overload it.


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Use File Sync to do this, since this task is then done if an agent checks in.
For remote locations setup replication shares.
Update your appliance to a supported and current version, since 6.4 is End Of Life for a _REALLY_ long time, so you may have multiple additional issues where no one will help you anymore if you stumble upon a bug or someone finds one for this environment.

Answered 04/24/2019 by: Nico_K
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I have a 1.4GB file replication going to about 125 computers across the country.  The only issue I've seen is if a bunch of computers check in right after I've uploaded a new version, they're all going to pull it from the KACE SMA at once.  Is it optimal?  I don't know, but I do it.

Answered 04/25/2019 by: ondrar
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You should use a Replication share to do this.

Answered 04/24/2019 by: AbhayR
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