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SEP Deployment to Multi machines

Created: 15 Dec 2013 | 11 comments
TheSniper's picture


I need to deploy SEP 12.1 on multi machines without entering the password for many times, i mean i need to do it once for all even if there is any machine name failure just skip it and continue. so any easy tool avaliable for that.


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pete_4u2002's picture

why dont you use the domain account for installing /pushing the SEP client package.

TheSniper's picture

I am using a domain acoount but some times if a machine with the IP list is not avaliable i have to be there to click cancel to go and scan the other machine IPs, but what i want is if any machine authntication is not right or is off to skip without me interfering with the deployement tool.


James007's picture

Without User interface it's not possible to skip the installation.when any system not accept authentication you need to Cancel that process

TheSniper's picture

Is there any third party tool which can be used for such a thing?


James007's picture

In my knowledge any third party tool are not available.

TheSniper's picture

Must be there a solution as imagine if i am deploying SEP to 500 machines or more i will have to be face to face with the computer until all deployment process is done in case one machine fail then i have to click cancel and continure with the next machine.

Brɨan's picture

Try this standalone tool, found in the Tools folder:

Overview of the Push Deployment Wizard in Symantec Endpoint Protection 12.1.x

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I've used it in the past and works great. It's an alternative to the client deployment wizard

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GeoGeo's picture

What about using the remote push from SEPM 12 home page?

Go to the tab at tope right of screen to install packages > select pacakage type next > Remote Push > Find computers > Use a tab delimited file of the machines > should allow you to put the admin credentials in and push to machines available to it.

Please review ideas and vote there could be something useful :)

James007's picture

Do you need more help here ?,If not please update thread

TheSniper's picture

Not yet James i still need to be there when i am deploying the package

James007's picture

Hi Sniper,

In my personal experience when I will push multiple system first we have ping all system than we start push Sep client all online system,