Systems Management Question
Options to manage a group of Win10 PCs separate from the rest of the company.
We have a new group joining us. 40-50 PCs. These PCs are from the old location that we didn't manage with KACE.
As the old Windows PCs will be getting replaced but we still need to run a full inventory on them. I would like to use our KACE SMA for this process.
This needs to be a temp setup that I can roll back away from after all the old PCs have been replaced.
My first thought was to setup an Organization just for this new group. The problem with that is that I don't have my current SMA setup for Organizations.
I am not opposed to setting up Organizations but just need to know how to roll back from doing so.
I then was trying to think if I could create a label or something that would not run any of my automation that all Windows workstation PCs get.
This also started looking like a hard this to work out.
Ok, here comes the best part. I only have until the end of June 2019 to work this out.
Any thoughts, ideas or even shots in the dark are welcome at this point. Thanks
Answer Chosen by the Author
Call support and tell them you want a multi org license and setup orgs for this.
You can keep them in separate orgs and just use a org for the old machines inventory, then they will not get anything done to them accidentally with Kace. Bring new machines into the working org. Once you convert to multi org the only way to really go back is from the last single org backup you made. Even if you go multi org you can have just one org. The thing to be careful about it what org is your default, any machine that does not meet the org filter rules goes there. Having multi orgs is nice because you can have an org just for testing when you need it.
This would be quick and also you do not have to worry if a smart label is correct so you do not mess with those when running MI's or scripts. also if you have any CIR to gather info it would not effect those