In Scenario 2, there are 12 computers.
- Computers 1-9 have Shared Disk 1 mounted (Computer Group 1).
- Computers 7-12 have Shared Disk 2 mounted (Computer Group 2).
You scan only Computer 7 to discover the software on both Shared Disks. After the results of the software scan are uploaded to BigFix and imported into BFI, you will have two Software Templates (there is a 1:1 relationship between a Shared Disk mount point and a Software Template).
In BFI, create Computer Group 1 based on BigFix data (to keep the group membership in sync), and associate it with Software Template 1 only (which points to Shared Disk 1).
Same for Computer Group 2 and Software Template 2 only (which points to Shared Disk 2).
Computers 7, 8, and 9 belong to both groups, so the software found in both the templates will show up on these three computers, since they will have two Software Templates attached.
[Shared Disk 1] <—> [Computer Group 1 (computers 01-09)] <—> [Software Template 1]
[Shared Disk 2] <—> [Computer Group 2 (computers 07-12)] <—> [Software Template 2]
What the note is saying, to me, is that you must not assign Software Template 2 to Computer Group 1 (or any other group which contains any computers where Shared Disk 2 is not mounted).
I hope this makes sense when you read it.