Installing via SCCM Deployment
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Installing via SCCM Deployment

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Obtain .MSI from SecureCircle with the information to do an AD installation. Place .MSI in a network share that will accessible to SCCM.

Create the Configuration Manager Application

  1. In the configuration Manager console, choose Software > Application Management > Applications.

  2. On the Home tab, in the Create group, choose Create Application.

  3. On the General Page of the Create Application Wizard, Choose **Automatically detect information from installation files. **

  4. Type: Choose Windows Installer (*.MSI file)

  5. Type or browser to the location of the .MSI file stored.

  6. Choose Next > On the Import Information page you will see information about the app > ensure name, publisher, and version is listed. > Next > Finish.

Create Requirements (Applicable OS)

  1. Right click the new application > Properties > Requirements Tab

  2. Check boxes for applicable operating systems. > Hit OK

Add the application content to a distribution point.

  1. In the Configuration Manager console, choose Software Library > Application Management > Applications.

  2. From the list of applications, select the application, and then, on the Home tab in the Deployment group, choose Deploy.

  3. On the General page of the Deploy Software Wizard, choose Browse to select the All Systems device collection.

  4. On the Content page, check that the distribution point from which you want PCs to install the application is selected.

  5. On the Deployment Settings page, make sure that the deployment action is set to Install, and the deployment purpose is set to Required.

    By setting the deployment purpose to Required, you make sure that the application is installed on PCs that meet the requirements that you set. If you set this value to Available, then users can install the application on demand from Software Center.

  6. On the Scheduling page, you can configure when the application will be installed.

  7. On the User Experience page, choose Next to accept the default values. Or select the options you would normally use in your environment. By default we configure the .MSI to be a silent install.

  8. Complete the wizard.

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