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SEP 11 - Remote Site - VPN

Created: 25 Mar 2010 • Updated: 21 May 2010 | 1 comment
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I am in the process of rolling out SEP 11 to multiple locations in a enterprise network with multiple sites.
One of our remotes sites connects to our corporate network via VPN.


My question:
Do I treat this site as any other site and simply connect to the SEPM server over the VPN? Push out the clients locally but rely on the VPN for updates and logging.
How much of a load will this put on the VPN for updates and logging to take place?

Are there remote sites/ downstream servers for logging and updates that I could place in this location so that each of the clients connect locally instead of all going over the VPN?

Thanks in advance for your input and thoughts.
 

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Rafeeq's picture

Remote sites will take too much of bandwidth when it comes to updates
better to keep them in different group, make the heart beat to lower value ; set this location policy

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