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Installing ZCM10 to work across multiple sites and locations

Hi there,

I'm newish to the lovely world of ZCM 10 and am currently in the process of setting up the system. Basically i have several office locations all with their own Domain structure that need to be centrally managed - i was just wondering if anyone could offer some useful advise or poiint me towards some useful documents, basically i need to clarify the DNS setup across the sites as well as general communication with the ZCM10 primary server. I will be looking at setting up satelite's at the other locations. Thanks for any help in advance, and appoliges if my question's a bit tedious(being new and all! 🙂
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