Configuring client installation package features

Article:HOWTO81163  |  Created: 2012-10-24  |  Updated: 2013-10-07  |  Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/HOWTO81163
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Configuring client installation package features

Installation features are the client components that are available for installation. For example, if you create Symantec Endpoint Protection packages, you can select to install the antivirus and antispyware features and the firewall features. Or, you can select to install only the antivirus and antispyware features.

You must name each set of selections. You then select a named set of features when you export 32-bit client software packages and 64-bit client software packages.

For client installation packages for mail servers, under Virus, Spyware, and Basic Download Protection, do not check the email scanner protection options. For client installation packages for workstations, check the email scanner protection option that applies to the mail server in your environment. For example, if you use a Microsoft Exchange mail server, check Microsoft Outlook Scanner.

Note:

Symantec tested and certified the Virus and Spyware Protection components to use in the Federal Desktop Core Configuration (FDCC)-compliant environments.

To configure client installation package features

  1. In the console, click Admin, and then click Install Packages.

  2. Under Install Packages, click Client Install Feature Set.

  3. Under Tasks, click Add Client Install Feature Set.

  4. In the Add Client Install Feature Set dialog box, in the Name box, type a name.

  5. In the Description box, type a description of the client installation feature set.

    For details about setting other options in this dialog box, click Help.

  6. Click OK.

See About the client installation settings.

See Managing client installation packages.

See Preparing for client installation.


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