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Can the management (smartcenter) be installed on the SG80 appliance?

Posted on 2011-02-26
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Can I install a single splat platform with enforcement module and management on one single hardware appliance?

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Yes this is a stand alone deployment and is very common.
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While installing if you choose locally managed this will install the SCS (smartcenter) locally managed. rather than centrally managed
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Sorry missed read didsnt see the SG80 part, will confirm now.
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I appears the SG appliances are for distributed deployments and cannot have both installed.
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