The design behind the Kace KBOX 1000 is far since essential: it just delivers systems managing on a machine. The results, though, are somewhat amazing. In its place of days, or sometimes weeks, receiving to grips with the tools concerned, you can be up as well as managing the desktops plus servers on your LAN in just a few hours.
Designed at small to medium-sized companies, ill served by substitute, software-only solutions, the Kace produce arrive pre-installed on industry standard rack-mount hardware. For our estimation we were sent a KBOX 1100, capable to control up to 3,000 nodes, with a more competent 1200 model (starting at £7,800 + VAT) for those with more to look after.
Inside are pair of Xeon quad-core CPUs, with 4GB of RAM plus several hard disks, but you actually don't require to know that. Neither is it significant to know that it's running FreeBSD. All we had to do was plug up it into our network plus type its name into a browser, then wait for a extremely pleasant Kace expert to take us throughout a few of the so-called JumpStart training, included in the price.