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Follow these instructions to install F-Secure Elements Endpoint Detection and Response client software for Windows remotely.

For the installation, you need the following:

  1. A domain controller with Active Directory installed and an end-point host joined to domain.
  2. The F-Secure MSI Transformation tool (FsMsiTool.exe) available at https://download.sp.f-secure.com/msitool/FsMsiTool.exe.
  3. The .msi installer file to F-Secure Elements Endpoint Detection and Response. Download the installer from the F-Secure Elements Endpoint Detection and Response portal.
  4. Your license key to deploy the product.

To install the product via Active Directory Group Policy:

    1. Copy the installer to the domain controller shared folder where it is accessible for domain hosts.
    2. To activate the product during the installation, you need to provide the license key code for the installation via Active Directory Group Policy. To do so, you can either generate a MSI Transformation file (.mst) that is based on a key code and then specify it in your Group Policy settings, or embed the license key directly into the MSI package.

      Note: Embedding the license key to the MSI package simplifies the installation, but it also invalidates the digital signature.

        • To generate a MSI Transformation file (.mst), run the following command from the command-line:

      FsMsiTool –inmsi <path/to/installer.msi> –name VOUCHER ^
      –value <key_code> –outmst <path/to/license.mst>

      Use the following parameters:

      • inmsi: specify the full path to the installer file.
      • name: specify “VOUCHER” for a license key code.
      • value: specify the license key in the form of XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX.
      • outmst: specify the full path to an output MSI transformation file (.mst)
        • To embed the license key into the MSI package, run the following command from the command-line:

      FsMsiTool –inmsi <path/to/package.msi> –name VOUCHER ^
      –value <key_code> –outmsi <path/to/package-with-embedded-key.msi>

      Use the following parameters:

      • inmsi: specify the full path to the installer file.
      • name: specify “VOUCHER” for a license key code.
      • value: specify the license key in the form of XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX-XXXX.
      • outmsi: specify the full path to an output MSI package with a license key code embedded.
        • To skip removing conflicting products during the installation, run the following command from the command line:

      FsMsiTool –inmsi <path/to/installer.msi> –name SIDEGRADE_SKIPLIST ^
      –value “*” –outmst <path/to/skip_sidegrade.mst>

      Use the following parameters:

      • inmsi: specify the full path to the installer file.
      • name: specify “SIDEGRADE_SKIPLIST”.
      • value: specify “*” to skip all the sidegrades.
      • outmst: specify the full path to an output MSI transformation file (.mst).
    3. Open the Group Policy Management Console and create a new Group Policy Object that you link to the domain.
    4. Navigate to Computer Configuration > Policies > Software Settings > Software installation.
    5. Right-click the right pane and select New > Package.

    1. In the open file window, select offlineInstallerrdr.msi and then select Open.

    1. In the Deploy Software window, select Advanced to configure the package and then select OK.

    1. Go to the Modifications tab, and then select Add.

    1. In the open file window, select license.mst (the transform file from FsMsiTool.exe earlier), and then select Open. This adds the transform file to the Group Policy Object.
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  1. Select OK to save the settings.

The client software is deployed after the computers in the domain are restarted.

Source : Official F-Secure Brand
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