In the SafeGuard Management Center, on the Tools
menu, click Configuration Package Tool.
Select Managed client packages.
In the Primary Server drop-down box, switch to the
server which was registered.
If required, specify a policy group which must have been created beforehand
in the SafeGuard Management Center to be applied to the computers. If you
want to use service accounts for post-installation tasks on the computer,
make sure that you include the respective policy setting in this first
policy group, see Creating service account lists.
Select the Transport Encryption mode defining how
the connection between SafeGuard Enterprise Client and SafeGuard Enterprise
Server is to be encrypted. For further information, see Securing transport connections with SSL.
Specify an output path for the configuration package (MSI).
Click Create Configuration Package.
If you have selected SSL encryption as the Transport
Encryption mode, the server connection is validated. If the
connection fails, a warning message is displayed. You can ignore the message
and create the client configuration package anyway. However, you have to
ensure that the communication between the SafeGuard Client and the SafeGuard
Server is possible using SSL.
The configuration package (MSI) has now been created in the specified directory.
You now need to distribute and deploy this package to the endpoints.