4 Replies Latest reply on Oct 15, 2013 4:21 PM by rgc

    Epo remote location deployment.

    gyana

      Hello Everyone,

       

       

      I have install epo5.0 for 250 user except 100 other 150 user in another 4 locations.Could you please suggest me how to deploy other 4 locations.

        • 1. Re: Epo remote location deployment.
          Peter M

          Community Help is not the place for this.  Moved to ePO for better support.

          • 2. Re: Epo remote location deployment.
            petersimmons

            If all the locations can access a central point then I'd just install a single ePO server and manage them all. It isn't unusual at all for a single ePO server to manage 50K endpoints. What you are describing is only challenging to distribute the agent. We definitely need quite a lot more information about the "locations" and how the connect to each other as networks in order to give you more help on this one.

            • 3. Re: Epo remote location deployment.
              gyana

              Hello sir,

               

              epo is only 250 user not 50,000 user. I install epo version 5.0 . main branch 100 user single epo server with single agent server and other three locations 150 users. Other locations is not  my network ,can it possiable to deploy client to other remote location.

              • 4. Re: Epo remote location deployment.
                rgc

                Hi Gyana,

                 

                I had a customer with same scenario, and this can be accomplish with remote agent handler and configuring with public IP address.

                The create a framepkg.exe package after updating the public IP in the sitelist.xml and then installt he agent by cpying the framepkg.exe on remote servers.

                So, they have the details with public IP in the sitelist.xml file to reach EPO.

                 

                Note: If you have concerns, please reply to this post, I will answer your queries.

                 

                 

                Regards,

                RGC