PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy

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  • Shawn Anderson

    Hi Derek, PDQ Deploy and PDQ Inventory will need to be installed on the same system in order to be used together. There is no central repository that the PDQ consoles connect to.

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  • Benjamin Fillmore

    Are we still unable to install PDQ Inventory and PDQ Deploy on separate systems, or has this improvement been implemented?  Scaling out is much easier than having to scale up as an organization grows.

    The ideal scaling solution would be to separate the PDQ Inventory Service, and PDQ Deploy Service into multiple core systems.  Each would be assigned OUs and/or Subnet Ranges to be authoritative for.  Consoles for the services would be installed separately for administrators to use - separating the front end from a distributed back-end.  With this, I would be able to setup PDQ worker nodes geographically for different regions while not suffering from painful slowdown at the console.

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  • Mike Kercher

    I run my PDQ Inventory and Deploy on different machines using client/server mode.  Works like a champ.  I also use DFS for my repository and all packages are pulled instead of pushed.

     

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  • Benjamin Fillmore

    Do your Inventory and Deploy systems talk to each other?

    i.e.  If you run a deployment, does Inventory pick that up and store it under "Deployments" on the target system?

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  • Mike Kercher

    Absolutely

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