How to create a package contains VSE and McAfee Agent from the epo console
This package will deploy with a master when creating a new server
Create and schedule client tasks to automate how you manage systems in your network. Client tasks are commonly used for the following activities.
• Product deployment
• Product functionality
• Upgrades and updates
Use the Client Task Catalog to create client task objects you can reuse to help manage systems in your network. The Client Tasks Catalog applies the concept of logical objects to ePolicy Orchestrator client tasks. You can create client task objects for a variety of purposes without the need to assign them immediately. As a result, you can treat these objects as reusable components when assigning and scheduling client tasks.
For the above to work, the McAfee Agent will need to be installed FIRST; depending on your environment there are several different options to facilitate the agent install.
Create Agent download, go to System Tree Actions from EPO console <<>> New Systems <<>> select radio button Create and download agent installation package <<>> click on Okay/save <<>> copy/install on local system.
Create an installable link <<>> New Systems <<>> select radio button create URL for client-side agent download <<>> copy/paste URL <<>> launch from local system.
Import system from a txt file <<>> add credentials <<>> deploy
Several others are listed here:
I want to create a package to install it automatically when creating a new server.
I do not want to deploy vse from the ePO console.
I put in part attached a screenshot of an old package (vse + agent) in order to integrate it to the master of the new servers.
I have VSE and the agent (exported from the console)
Is there a specific software to create this package?
Give Winrar a try, create a SFX with the following commands:
;The comment below contains SFX script commands
Setup="%SystemRoot%\Temp\VSE880P8\SetupVSE.exe" REBOOT=R /q
Make sure to copy the ENTIRE folder that you have posted above...After testing, you can EEDK it, upload to your repository, create a task with a /s command.
You should be able to use the MID for this -- see the KB article below:
Installation Designer 8.8 Product Guide