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Deploy SEP Client By Active Directory GPO

Created: 27 Mar 2013 • Updated: 09 May 2013 | 7 comments
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Steps to Deploy SEP Client By Active Directory GPO

Create MSI package in SEPM console

  1. Login SEPM console ->Admin ->Install Package.
  2. Click on Client Install Settings ->Add Client Installation Settings.

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       3.    Add  Client Installation Settings->Give Name as per below screen shot.

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    4. Export Client Package ->Unchecked “Create a Single EXE file for  this package.”

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5.Export the MSI package.

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7. Copy MSI package NETLogon folder.

How to create Group Policy in AD

  1. Start ->Run type gpmc.msc.
  2. Open Group Policy management Console.
  3. Click Domain Name -> right Click ->Create a GPO in this Domain.

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4. Open New GPO dialog Box ->Give the GPO name (Software Installation)->Ok.

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 5. Select GPO Edit ->Open New Dialog box ->Computer Configuration ->Policies ->Software Settings -> Software Installation.

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 6. Software Installation ->New ->Package

 

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 7. Open Shared NETLogon Location ->Select SEP package ->open.

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 8. Select Deployment Method (Assigned)

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 9. Affter Assigned package showing below Image.

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10. Assgin the package respected OU.

11. Restart system.

12 After Sep Client Showing Respected SEPM Group.

 

 

 

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raju123's picture

Thanks for sharing artical :) +1

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nwranich's picture

Nice article.

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viktor777's picture

We have SEP12.1
I created "Client Install Settings" for silent installation - only the status bar is visible.
Settings are confirmed in the "Setup.ini" file - /quiet /norestart
Generated the "Client Install Package" for 64 bit.
As a result "SEP64.msi" file was created.
Deploying SEP64.msi via GPO causes the error "source files missing".
Running SEP64.msi manually on a client from a shared folder ends up with the "Symantec Welcome" windows - action required.

But if I run the following line "msiexec.exe /qb /norestart /i Srp64.msi" from the command line, installs SEP client on the test computer successfully.

Something is missing - running SEP64.msi by itself is not working.

Contacted Symantec tech support - they are not supporting SEP deployment via GPO.

I need to deploy SEP via GPO.

Any ideas are greatly appreciated.

Thanks

 

 

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pete_4u2002's picture

does 32 bit instal successfully through GPO?

 

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Rash_M's picture

wow nice article !!!!!!!!!+1

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viktor777's picture

I have 64 bit stations only.
So didn't create 32 bit.

 

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