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Installation des Mises à jour EPP

Created: 11 Dec 2013 • Updated: 13 Dec 2013 | 8 comments
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Bonjour,

J'ai un problème de connexion entre le client EPP installé sur des PC Windows XP et le serveur. Je suis obligé de faire le tour sur les postes pour que j'installe les mises à jour manuellement.

Je pensé d'automatiser l'installation en mettant la mise à jour téléchargée depuis le site (http://www.symantec.com/avcenter/download/pages/FR...) sur un partage réseau et modifier les stratégies locales des ordinateurs pour l'exécuter automatiquement. 

 

Mon porblème c'est que je ne sais pas comment lancer l'installation en mode silencieux.

Pourriez-vous SVP m'aider?

Merci d'avance.

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.Brian's picture

So clients are not connecting to the SEPM? Does the client have a green dot on the icon? Does it not show up in the SEPM?

You can enable sylink debugging to see the communication between client/server

http://www.symantec.com/docs/TECH104758

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DRISSIM's picture

Thank you for your return _Brain.

The problem of client / server communication is managed by a team in Paris, and so far I have not been back.

So I avoid any risk, I have to download the updates from the site and installed manually.

My need is to launch a silent installation.

Do you have any idea?

thank you

.Brian's picture

I see, so your running the intelligent updater. Yes, you should be able to run silently, here are the supported switches:

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.Brian's picture

From a cmd just run <intelligent_updater_filename> /q

But you want to do this remotely, correct? Using something like psexec?

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SOLUTION
AjinBabu's picture

Hello, 

Which port you are using on your environment? Default is 8080 and checks the communication between client and server?

On SEPM export a client list and check when it got connected with SEPM successfully, check and changes has done after this time.

Regards

Ajin

 

DRISSIM's picture

As I explained to _brian, the SEPM is managed by a team in Paris, and they did not make me return.

In The park, I have 60 machines WORKGROUP, and I would like to modify local strategies computers to schedule automatic and unattended installations. :(