Deploy Agent locally

To deploy the ERA Agent locally on a client computer using installation wizard, follow the steps below:

Download the ERA Agent installation package from the download section of the ESET website under Remote Administrator 6 (click the + sign to expand the category) in ESET Remote Administrator Standalone Installers are available components for download. Run the installer on client machine you want to deploy the Agent to. Also, you can use this ESET Knowledgebase article with illustrated step-by-step instructions.

1.Server assisted installation:

Make sure Server assisted installation is selected, specify your Server host (name or IP address) and the Server port of your ERA Server and then click Next. The default Server port is 2222, if you are using a different port, replace the default port with your custom port number.

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Specify the method used for connection to Remote Administrator Server: ERA Server or ERA Proxy Server and ERA Web Console port and enter your ERA Web Console login credentials: Username and Password.

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Click Choose custom Static Group and select the Static Group to which the client computer will be added using the drop-down menu.

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2.Offline installation:

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To perform an Offline installation, enter 2222 in the Server port field, select Offline installation and click Next. For this method you must specify a Peer certificate and Certification Authority.

For more information about how to export and use a Peer certificate and Certification Authority click here.

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icon_details_hoverNOTE: You can check the status log on a client machine (located at C:\ProgramData\ESET\RemoteAdministrator\Agent\EraAgentApplicationData\Logs\status.html or C:\Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\Eset\RemoteAdministrator\Agent\EraAgentApplicationData\Logs\status.hmtl) to make sure the ERA Agent is working properly. If there are problems with the Agent (for example, if it is not connecting to the ERA Server) see troubleshooting.