How can I install a pre-configured installation package locally instead of a push install? (5.x)
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This article applies to version 5.x of Remote Administrator. ESET Remote Administrator version 5.3 is currently in limited support status and will soon be in Basic support status.
ESET Remote Administrator version 5.2 is currently in Basic support status and will soon reach End of Life status. End of life status for both of these versions is expected to occur in December 2019. After this date, the products will no longer receive detection updates to protect against malware.<\p>
Open the ESET Remote Administrator Console (ERAC) by clicking Start → All Programs → ESET → ESET Remote Administrator Console.
Click Tools → Package Manager.
ERA 5.2 and earlier: Click the Remote Install tab → Actions → Manage Packages.
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Select the name of the package you created in part I from the Name drop-down menu and click Save As.
Type a name for the installer file into the File name field, select ESET Install Msi File With Configuration (*.msi) from the Type drop-down menu and then click Save.
When prompted, click OK. The installer file will now be available in your selected save location. Proceed to part III.
III. Deploy the installation package locally on the target client workstation:
Copy the .msi file that you exported in part II onto the client workstation on which you would like to install it.
Double-click the file to execute the installation. We recommend that you perform a silent install with a suppressed restart (see the switch used in the example below) if you do not want to be prompted during the installation. For example:
"C:Documents and SettingsesetDesktopeset_endpoint_security.msi" /qn REBOOT="ReallySuppress"
To suppress a reboot of the machine and display a progress bar that cannot be cancelled during the installation:
msiexec /i "C:Documents and SettingsesetDesktopeset_endpoint_security.msi" /qb! REBOOT="ReallySuppress"
If you exported an 'Exe' file instead of a 'Msi file, you can use the following syntax for a completely silent install:
"C:Documents and SettingsesetDesktopeset_endpoint_security.exe" /quiet /norestart
If you would like further information regarding additional Command-Line Options, visit the following Microsoft resources: