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KAV DEPLOYMENT 5000 MACHINES

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Hi Kaspersky Guys,

 

Any ideas are welcome!

I'm going to deploy KESS for 5000 workstation accross LAN/WAN Connection.

Any ideas or suggestion how to manage this w/ less time and effort?

How many Servers and Slave servers do I need in order to accomdate 5000 machines?Any best suggestions?

How about Servers specs that Im going to use?Any best suggestions?

How about the Database that Im going to use?

Does MSDE capable enough to handle that huge network?Any best suggestions?

I'm going to use OS Windows 2003 32 bit.

Looking forward for any reply.

 

thanks

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Hi Kaspersky Guys,

 

Any ideas are welcome!

I'm going to deploy KESS for 5000 workstation accross LAN/WAN Connection.

Any ideas or suggestion how to manage this w/ less time and effort?

How many Servers and Slave servers do I need in order to accomdate 5000 machines?Any best suggestions?

How about Servers specs that Im going to use?Any best suggestions?

How about the Database that Im going to use?

Does MSDE capable enough to handle that huge network?Any best suggestions?

I'm going to use OS Windows 2003 32 bit.

Looking forward for any reply.

 

thanks

MSDE confirm cannot handle 5000 user.. from my experience, 300 users are max for MSDE.. more than that, you need full version of MS SQL..

 

you need to check your network environment, to see how many admin kit servers needed to handle it.. if 5000 PC under same LAN, maybe 3 admin kit server needed..

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I'd say with that many licenses, Kaspersky should be supplying a consultant to help you out for a few days. Might be worth asking, thats quite a big order.

 

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I'd say with that many licenses, Kaspersky should be supplying a consultant to help you out for a few days. Might be worth asking, thats quite a big order.

 

Very true, for the amount of money you have spent you should have a consultant working closely with you and your company.

 

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