Security Management Center Components Upgrade

The Security Management Center Components Upgrade task is used to upgrade ESMC components (ESET Management Agent, ESMC Server, Web Console, and MDM, but not Apache Tomcat and Apache HTTP Proxy). The upgrade task can be executed only on a machine with ESET Management Agent installed. The Agent is also required on an ESMC Server.



You can use this task to upgrade to ESMC 7.1 only from ERA version 6.4 and later. See Components Upgrade for detailed instructions.

Do not update Agents before the ESMC Server is updated. ESET Management Agents 7.x are using a new communication protocol and are not able to connect to the ERA Server 6.x.

To prevent installation failure, ESMC performs the following checks before installing or upgrading ESET products:

if the repository is accessible

if there is enough (1 GB) free space on the client machine (not available for Linux)



See also:

Update ESMC.

other ways how to upgrade ESET Security Management Center to the latest version.

To create the task, click Tasks > New > add_new_defaultClient Task or click the desired client device in Computers and select New Task.


In the Basic section, enter basic information about the task, such as a Name and Description (optional). Click Select tags to assign tags.
In the Task drop-down menu, select the task type you want to create and configure. If you have selected a specific task type before creating a new task, Task is pre-selected based on your previous choice. Task (see the list of all Tasks) defines the settings and the behavior for the task.


Select the check box I accept the terms of the application End User License Agreement and acknowledge the Privacy Policy. See License Management or EULA for more information.

Reference Security Management Center Server - Select ESMC Server version from the list. All ESMC components will be upgraded to versions compatible with the selected server.

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 manually restart the client computer(s).


Review the summary of configured settings and click Finish. The Client Task is now created and a pop-up window will open. We recommend that you 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. To create a trigger afterward, select the Client Task instance and select Run on from the drop-down menu.


In Tasks you can see the progress indicator bar, status icon, and details for each created task.