Instructions on how to install F-Secure Linux Protection using the Datto platform.

To install F-Secure Linux Protection:

    1. Download the latest generic F-Secure Linux Protection software installer from the F-Secure Elements Endpoint Protection portal.
    2. In the Datto portal, from the Components menu, under Actions, select New Component.
    3. From the Category drop-down menu, select Applications.
    4. In the Name field, enter the Deploy F-Secure Linux Protection [LIN] .
    5. In the Description box, enter a description for the application (optional), and select Save.

The Component Application page opens.

    1. From the Install command drop-down menu, select Unix (Linux, Mac OSX) and enter the script from the following file in the text field: deploy_f-secure_linux_protection.sh.
    2. Edit the script to include installation of the dependencies before the actual installation step when needed. Check the needed dependencies here: https://help.f-secure.com/product.html#business/linux-protection/latest/en/task_7C893CC525EF4BA5B7B4477FDE23E40F-latest-en
    3. Edit valid subscription key to the script.
    4. Select Add file… and then select the F-Secure Linux Protection installer.
    5. Select Save.

The installer file is uploaded to the new component.

  1. From the Sites menu, under Managed, select Devices.
  2. Check the devices where you want to do the installation.
  3. Select  to schedule a job:
      1. Enter a name for the scheduled job.
      2. In the Schedule section, select Immediately.

        Note: To select another option, select Click to change….

      3. Under Component Name, select Add component.

    The page that opens shows the component that you just created.

    1. Select the component and select Save.
    2. Select Save to launch the job.

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