This article applies to the following operating systems:
Windows 7 | Windows 8 | Windows 10 | Windows Server | macOS | Android | Linux
Click Tasks → Operating System → Software Install → New → Client Task.
In the Basic section, type a name into the Name field. The Description field is optional. The Task drop-down menu will automatically be set to Software Install. Click Continue.
In the Settings section, under Package to install, there are two options to select the package that will be installed on target clients.
To install a package from the repository:
Verify that Install package from repository is selected. Select the operating system (in this example, Windows is selected) and click Select below Choose package from repository. In the Choose product window, select the product and the language from the Language drop-down menu. Optionally, you can click Customize more settings, where you can select the specific product version. Check for the latest version of your ESET business products. Click OK.
To install a package by entering the target URL:
Check for the latest version of your ESET business products.
Select Install by direct package URL, type or copy/paste the package URL into the corresponding field and select the check box next to I accept the End User License Agreement. Select the check box below Automatically reboot when needed and configure the settings below Allowed action for device users if needed.
Only click Select below ESET license when installing a new product or upgrading products that are not activated, or if you want to change the license currently in use to a different license. Select the appropriate product license from the list of available licenses. Proceed to Step 6.
When prompted, click Create Trigger.
Type a name for the trigger into the Trigger Description field.
Click Target and click Add computers or Add groups.
Select the check boxes next to the computers or groups you want to send this task to and click OK.
Click Trigger, select a Trigger type, and click Finish.
Send an activation task to the computers on which you installed ESET endpoint or ESET Server/Mail Security products so that they can begin receiving regular updates.
If you are performing a new installation of ESET PROTECT, proceed to post-installation tasks.