On genuine Dish remote controls, the "Sat" or "Pal" button cannot learn - it's hard-coded to operate Dish devices - but it can be set to any address (01-16). I assume the Sat button on the clone is fixed at device 01.
On a genuine Dish remote, "Aux" can also be set to a Dish device by preceding the desired address with a '3' (e.g., 302 = Dish device with address 02), so you can control two Dish devices with one remote. Don't know if the Aux button on the clone can be set to a Dish device at all, but if it can, presumably it would support other addresses the same way. (There wouldn't be much point in programming it to Dish device 01 if the Sat button is stuck on device 01 too.)
The TV, DVD, and Aux device buttons can learn. Presumably that's true on the clone too, although the clone may have limited memory for learning. So presumably one could teach the DVD or Aux button on the clone to operate a Dish device on another address. You'd have to teach from a genuine Dish 20.1 or DTVPal remote set to the desired address. Also, you'd have to teach every button, so "limited memory" might be a problem.