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HD2000 & Brightsign Network Manager



Is the Network Manager and the HD2000's the right combo for large deployments (over 1000 units) with each unit having its OWN content that would need to be managed? I own a HD600 and like it. With the HD2000 I like the features and expandability, including adaptable zones and interactivity possibilities but I'm concerned about the softwares ease-of-use in handling this size of deployment. I've been leaning more toward PC-based display softwares lately and just can't make up my mind as to what will be the best for my situation... I really don't want to start down one path THEN decide it was the wrong path and have to re-deploy dozens or hundreds of units... Any help/advice/opinions would be greatly appreciated... Lee...

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    RokuLyndon


    Lee,



    You can contact me directly at <!-- e --><a href="mailto:lallydice@roku.com">lallydice@roku.com</a><!-- e -->.



    If you haven't already seen the network manager website, we can get you signed up so you can try it out.



    The site is definitely designed so you can easily manage a large number of units, and see what content is running on what units. You can easily group units together, and deploy content to different groups.
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