Knowledgebase
Configuring Galileo for Command Anti-Malware
Posted by Gunnar Þór Jónsson on 09/04/2013 13:15
Question
 

How do I Configure Galileo for Command Anti-Malware?

 
 Answer
 

Step 1. Create a folder on the server and share it giving Full Control to Everyone. You can name it CSAM for example.

Step 2. Open Galileo from the Desktop icon or from Start>Programs> Galileo.

Step 3. Click the + to expand the Command Anti-Malware for Windows.

Step 4. Right Click Remote Site and click Edit Site and Credentials. 

Step 5. Enter your Username and Password.

Step 6. Check Use Proxy and enter your Proxy information if you are using a Proxy Server.

Step 7. Click OK when finished.

Step 8. Right Click Remote Site and click Connect to Site.

(Version, Date Posted, and File Size should populate on the right hand pane)

Step 9. Right Click the Virus Definition Files (on the Right side pane) and click Download now. (You should see the progress window)

Step 10. Right Click Full Products and click Download Now. (You should see the progress window)

Step 11. Expand the Downloads folder on the Left side pane and click Full Products.

Step 12. Right click the listing on the Right side pane and click Configure Installation.

Step 13. Enter a name for your configuration

Step 14. Choose the computers that you want to deploy to by clicking the Choose button and selecting them.

Step 15. Click Next

Step 16. Enter the path to the shared folder that you created earlier in the UNC format\\servername\sharename

Step 17. Click Next

Step 18. Uncheck any feature you do not want installed.

Step 19. Click Next

Step 20. Configure the ability of users to Modify, Remove or Repair the client from Add / Remove Programs.

Step 21. Click Next

Step 22. Configure the Custom Settings with the policies that you need.

Note: email notifications are currently not working, but will be available in the next release.

Step 23. Click Next

 

Step 1. Configure the Scan Tasks that you need.

Note:24 Galileo version 5.1.5 introduces the ability to setup a scheduled scan task from Galileo, unfortunately this feature is currently not operational, but you can now perform an on demand scan to a particular client from Galileo

Scheduled scan tasks are now working properly with version 5.1.2 and higher of Command Anti-Malware Enterprise.

Click here for an alternative to fix this issue.

Step 25. Click Next

Step 26. Click Finish. You should see the Configuration Creation Progress Indication window.

Step 27. Click Close when it completes.

Step 28. Expand the Download folder on the Left side pane and click Virus Definition Files.

Step 29. Right click the latest Virus Definition Files on the Right side pane and select Apply now.

Step 30. Place a check in the box of the Configuration you want to update and click Apply. Click Close when completed.

 

You will see the Configuration Change progress Indication window.

 

Step 31. Right Click the Folder with the name that you previously created and select Push to Clients.

For customers not on a windows domain please click here for an alternate to pushing through Galileo.

 

Step 32. Authenticate with your domain administrator credentials. You will see the Install Progress Indication window with the results of the Push.

Step 33. This creates a StartSetup scheduled task which will run immediately when Push Immediately is checked. The program will be available in Start>Programs. The System Tray icon will be present at the next logon. 

Click here for additional steps needed to push to XP and 2003 64 bit machines.

Step 34. After the configuration is created, you can also schedule the definition files to be automatically downloaded and applied to the configuration:

Step 35. Right Click the Virus Definition Files (on the Right side pane) and click Schedule Download. Authenticate this with your domain administrator credentials.

 

 

 


F-PROT Antivirus and Command Anti-Malware are products of CYREN