Custom PackagesYou can create a customized installation package, commonly known as custom package, based on the agents and options that you select in the installation wizard.
When the custom package is deployed on a computer, the package installs the software based on your selections, reducing user interaction. The extent of user interaction depends on the amount of information you want the user to enter during installation.
Custom packages are useful if you need to deploy the same agents and configurations across multiple computers. You can adjust custom packages to your environment requirements. For example:
- To protect all laptop computers in your organization, you can configure the custom package as a laptop package.
- To protect UNIX computers operated by native package management systems, you can configure the custom package as a native package.
The custom package deployment involves the following tasks:
Create a custom package.
Use the following table to decide the type of custom package that you want to create:
Package Task Custom package for laptop computers (Laptop Package) General custom package Preferred Method:
- Creating a Custom Package Using the Cloud Services Website (Windows and Macintosh only)
UNIX native package Custom package for Active Directory Group Policy Objects (GPO)
Install the custom package.
Use the following table to select the appropriate installation task based on the custom package that you created:
Package Task Custom package for laptop computers (Laptop Package) General custom package Interactive installations:
- Installing the Custom Package on Windows Computers
- Installing the Custom Package on UNIX, Linux, and Macintosh Computers
Unattended (silent) installations:
Windows self-extracting executable UNIX native package