K2000 - RSA to SDA transfer

Hello, an image was captured on the RSA appliance but we would like to move it to our SDA. Is that possible to do? Version of both SDA and RSA is 6.1. There is a sync working between RSA and SDA so that image captured on RSA is visible but not editable on SDA. We would like to edit the image on the SDA itself and not the RSA. Can we export the image from RSA and import to SDA and then delete from RSA?


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Posted by: SMal.tmcc 3 years ago
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Since I am beta testing I cannot reveal things but

hint:  You should see if you can still sign up for the 7.0 Beta

  • Thanks SMal.tmcc....would you know when it is releasing? - kace_admin 3 years ago
    • Just started 7x testing this week, I cannot comment on the release date due to NDA. If you want to talk to a Kace staff to see if you can get in or get anymore info, my email is under my profile. Send your basic info and I will forward it.

      Note that there are a few pre-requisites for participants:

      Must be on SDA v6.1.251
      Must be willing to run the beta release in a Production environment
      Must allow appliance tethering (port 22/SSH outbound only tunnel) back to KACE for the Release Candidate Team
      Must be willing to schedule a specific date and time that works for you - SMal.tmcc 3 years ago
Posted by: cserrins 3 years ago
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I know what Steve is referring to, but you have the ability to get this done with 6.1.  On the RSA, you can export the image, grab it from the restore share and put it on the SDA restore share and import that image into the SDA.

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