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heze54

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Hi,

In order to improve lan connections, using KOFF in lan with the KMS will improve/download lan enviroment? or is only indicated for vpn/remote enviroment?


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My IT Indy

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You can use it on a LAN.

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mdawson

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I'd actually recommend KOC for a LAN because you have much better search and sorting capabilities.
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heze54

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Hi,
Then, I'll install

THKS.

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shaggie16

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Hi. Sorry maybe I'm being a numpty here, but can you tell me which search and sort capabilities are better in KOC as opposed to KOFF?
Thanks
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mdawson

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Sorry, was talking about KOFF.
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scottwilkins

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My recommendation is that if you go KOFF, go 100% KOFF on all users. A mixed environment can cause slower response to KOC users.

Searching in KOFF is a dream compared to KOC.

We have both a LAN and a VPN environment. I moved all VPN users to KOFF, and saw some slow downs for KOC users in the LAN. We are almost 100% KOFF now and the whole e-mail scenario is getting so much better now. I can even restart the e-mail server and the KOFF users are not aware, which is awesome.
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