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    Richmond Support Desk

    We have just purchased Richmond Support Desk and I am planning to install it this week.

    I was wondering where everyone else has installed theirs?

    I can't decide if I should install it on a existing server or host it on its own workstation/server.

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    Personally I would host it on its own server, then if you need to do updates/reboots you do not affect anything else.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MatthewL View Post
    Personally I would host it on its own server, then if you need to do updates/reboots you do not affect anything else.
    That is the main advantage that makes me think that's the best option.

    The up side to having it hosted on a current server is that, that server gets backed up so the help desk would get backup up with it.

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    Bung it on one of your existing servers, as unless it's going to be very heavily used it won't make a great deal of difference to the server, and it'll be a waste of resources having another server running just for that in my opinion.

    Mike.

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