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Deploy the SEP Client for Mac

Created: 25 Feb 2012 • Updated: 27 Feb 2012 | 9 comments
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 Deploy the SEP Client for Mac

 

Open the SEPM Console and browse to the Admin module  then select install package

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Select the package for Mac and click Export.

 

 

 

 

 Select the path you wish to use to export your package for mac, then choose the group membership. Press OK

 

 

Copy the package on a network share or a usb key.

 

On the mac client decompress the zipped package,

 

then click the PKG file to start the installation.

 

  Click continue

Click Agree for the license terms.

 

Select Managed, then click continue

 

Enter your Mac administrator password, then click OK

Click on logout to finish the installation.

 

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Thums UP!!yes

Regards,

Avkash K

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Voted UP to you Pete.....yes

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S2S

 

Please don't forget to mark your thread solved with whatever answer helped you.

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Thanks..great Vote up..yes

Thanks & Regards,

 Srikanth.S

"Defeat the Defeat before the Defeat Defeats you"
(Swami Vivekananda)

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Mick2009's picture

Thumbs up! &: )

Just linking three related articles that will be of interest to admins adding Mac protection to their SEP networks:

Installing Symantec Endpoint Protection for Macintosh
Article: TECH131675   |  Created: 2010-01-13   |  Updated: 2012-03-12   | 
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH131675

 

Compatibility between Symantec AntiVirus/Symantec Endpoint Protection and Macintosh OS X
Article: TECH131045   |  Created: 2010-01-17   |  Updated: 2011-12-09   | 
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH131045

 

About Changes in Supported Macintosh Hardware in Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1
Article: TECH167774   |  Created: 2011-08-23   |  Updated: 2011-11-11   | 
Article URL http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH167774 
 
 
 

With thanks and best regards,

Mick

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Jon Bonning's picture

Cool Beans - but much like so many of the othere step by step, screengrab installation processes I've seen on here this one would also benefit from a numbering of the steps. Easy for a noob to get lost popping back and forth between screens.

Jon Bonning - SEO quote

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AjinBabu's picture

Thums UP!!

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Mick2009's picture

There are many Mac-related changes coming in SEP 12.1 RU4.  The following free webinar on 5 November 2013 also promises to have much interesting info for mac admins:

Macs, Malware and Security Myths

Webcast Summary:
Are unsuspecting Mac users putting your organization at risk?  Last year, Mac malware increased by 66% with a single high-profile attack infecting over 600,000 machines. However, most Mac users are unaware of the risk of infection, leaving organizations vulnerable to infection.

Join our Security, Threat and Response Expert, Kevin Haley, for a closer look at Macs, Malware and Security Myths:

  • The history of Mac malware and the tools of modern cyber-criminals
  • Dispelling the myth of Mac invulnerability
  • What the rapid adoption of workplace Macs means for security
  • Providing proactive protection for both Windows and Macs

Can't attend the live webcast? Register anyway and receive a link to the recording when it is available for viewing.

 

More information and the link to register: https://symantecevents.verite.com/29802/182714

With thanks and best regards,

Mick

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