First I should mention that EPO 4.5.7 and RSD 4.5 are both EOL and no longer supported. As such i would not suggest spending the time and effort in getting a new RSD 4.5 environment setup rather you should use RSD 4.7 which requires ePO 4.6.5 or higher and differs significantly from RSD 4.5.
To do what you are suggesting you must complete these high level steps:
- Deploy one or more RSD sensors to every network segment
- Setup an automatic response to add new RSD detections to a group in the system tree. You can also setup the response to take a secondary action of pushing the agent.
- Setup a report to pull all unmanaged entries from this group in the system tree and push the agent
- Schedule a server task to run this report and push the agent on a scheduled basis.
I recommend adding the machine to the system tree as part of the automatic resonse incase the agent push fails for some reason. This will give you a way to repeat the push attempt without relying on a new RSD detection.
Thank you for your quick reply!
Yes I am fully aware that you guys dont support 4.5 anymore. Its just that we are in the process of upgrading to 5.0/5.1 and the team that is doing this work would like to have a clone of our current EPO 4.5 setup to pratice the upgrade before they do it into Production. So I am trying to get this test enviroment up for them to pratice and get there hands dirty with.
Is there any supported documentations f or youtube clips or the high level steps you mentioned as I couldn't find any myself.
I was able to figure out the Rogue System Sensor and it is workign jsut fine . I am trying to figure out the VirusScan Enterprise install. I have checked in the software (8.7.0) and now I want to push it to the desktops/servers that contain the EPO agent. After I check in the VirusScan install, what else do I need to do for it to be pushed out to the workstations?
I couldn't find anythign in the documentation!
Thank you kindly
Please see the "Deploying software and updates" section of the 4.5 Product Guide - it should walk you through the process
Thanks JoeBidgod, thats exactly what I was looking for.