The Software Install task is used to install software on your client computers. It is primarily intended to install ESET products, but you can use it to install any software you like.
Enter Basic information about the task, such as the Name, optional Description and the Task Type. The Task Type (see the list above) defines the settings and the behavior for the task. In this case you can use the Software Install task.
Click <Choose ESET License> and select the appropriate license for the installed product from the list of available licenses. This will work only for products installed from repository, not from custom URL. If you are upgrading a product, do not select a license unless you want to change it.
Click <Choose package> to select a installer package from the repository or specify a package URL. A list of available packages where you can select the ESET product you want to install (for example, ESET Endpoint Security) will be displayed. Select your desired installer package and click OK. If you want to specify a URL where the installation package is located, type or copy and paste the URL (for example file://\\pc22\install\ees_nt64_ENU.msi) into the text field (do not use a URL that requires authentication).
http://server_address/ees_nt64_ENU.msi - If you are installing from a public web server or from your own HTTP server.
file://\\pc22\install\ees_nt64_ENU.msi - if you are installing from network path.
file://C:\installs\ees_nt64_ENU.msi - if you are installing from local path.
If you need to, you can specify Installation parameters, otherwise leave this field empty. Select the check box next to Automatically reboot when needed to force an automatic reboot of the client computer after installation. Alternatively, you can leave this option deselected and the client computer can be restarted manually.
Review the summary of configured settings and click Finish. The Client Task is now created and a pop-up window will open. We recommend you to click Create Trigger to specify when this Client Task should be executed and on what Targets. If you click Close, you can create a Trigger later on.