mmartinMine is a Dell server not sure exactly but it is Dual CPU with 8GB Ram although only 4 are allocated to my Kaseya Server as it is running 32bit windows. I am running on ESX 3.5
My kaseya server is an upgrade of the old 2008 K server so it is running SQL 2005 Sp3.
I was half thinking of building a new one from scratch but the reality is I would want to upgrade my existing live server so hence the route I took.
But painfully slow at times and I have to say the Beta support is pants. I beta test other applications we use and they are right down there. Can be days before you get a response about a ticket and it always goes something like "make sure you have the latest hotfixes."
Plus documentation is rubbish also which does not help you get used to the new features and would stop me sending some of tickets through saying where is that?
email@example.comI heard we'll actually be notified when 6 is ready.
and I'll be running it on an Atom processor-based appliance with 32GB SSD.
netwiz001I do not think they are adding any new Beta users. K6 is right around the corner, and most issues are resolved. From what I have heard they are trying to release K6 in August 2009.
Cody357This obviously did not happen. Has anyone heard any update on release?
We will be implementing it along side our v5 servers completely separate. The clients have gotten along with each other. I haven't found any problems in regards to having both agents on the same machine. Having both systems running would allow us to have an easier transition and have a fall back plan should something go wrong.
CCDaveI heard they are going to rename it "Kaseya: Vista" as it is late, bloated, and not living up to all expectations. I'm waiting for "Kaseya: 7" to come out.
Sorry, I couldn't resist.
Nathan CoulthardOur rep here in Australia mentioned K2 in a recent release.
What is that? Is it just a new name for K6?