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I need information on if I can install a second Remote Administrator and still be able to use the remainder of my ESET Endpoint Security licenses with the second server. I need to do this because the PCs I want to install  Endpoint Security on are on different IP segments. One starts with 10. and the other 172.

One LAN is 10.19.67.0 - 10.19.67.254 The other is: 172.25.151.0 - 172.25.151.254

I hope this makes sense.

Thanks,

Scott

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Hi Scott, yes, this is possible, as what is licensed with ESET are individual endpoints not amount of management server connections.

Isn't there however any visibility between the segments? As a single server woukd reduce management overhead. 

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As suggested above, you should reconsider allowing port 2222 between the two subnets, and then stick with one era server 

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or consider installing ERA on a completely different network. I manage 6 separate companies, on different subnets (completely different parts of the country in fact), and they all connect to my central ERA on a different network entirely.

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Thanks to all you guys for your help. I found a fix for not being able to connect to the Server. I created an installer using the HTTP Proxy option. Now I can install the clients on all my machines on the separate network segment!

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