Deploy Command Anti-Malware via Netware Login Script or on a Workgroup with Galileo
Posted by Gunnar Þór Jónsson on 09/04/2013 13:18
  How do I deploy Command Anti-Malware via Netware Login Script or on a Workgroup?

Instructions for Deploying Command Anti-Malware via a Netware Login script or on a Workgroup:

First install Galileo and create your administrative installation with the latest DAT files (See KB article HERE).

Make sure Galileo is configured and set up with your scheduled tasks to regularly download and apply your def files. Once Command Anti-Malware has been deployed via login scripts, the workstations will look to the administrative installation for any future def file updates.

Add the following to your login scripts (please note that all of your users must have at least Read rights to this location):

\\Server_name\Share_name\Configuration_name\setup.exe /ini setupe.ini

"\\Server_name\Share_name\ Configuration_name\" is the path where the administrative installation for Galileo is created.

If you are running the latest version of Galileo, 5.1.5 and later the script should be as follow:

\\Server_name\Share_name\Configuration_name\setup.exe /ini setupgx.ini

You must add the following login scripts to schedule the automatic updates and to schedule a scan. (If not you will get an error message stating that updates are disabled)

1. schtasks /create /tn "Authentium Updater" /tr "\"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Authentium\Updater\amu.exe\" /silent" /sc ONSTART

2. schtasks /create /tn "Authentium Updater 2" /tr "\"C:\Program Files\Common Files\Authentium\Updater\amu.exe\" /silent" /sc DAILY /st 15:00:00

3. schtasks /create /tn "Authentium scan" /tr "\"C:\Program Files\Authentium\CSAM5\avgui.exe\" /q /t ScanMyComputer" /sc DAILY /st 17:00:00 /ru SYSTEM

The first command will create the scheduled task that is not created automatically when CSAM is installed from a script instead of pushing from Galileo.

Authentium Updater will check for updates on startup and Authentium Updater 2 will check for updates at 3PM.
The third line is to schedule a scan. This is optional.
You will need to specify a local user for the first 2 commands as indicated in the link below.
You can change the time and days the updater runs. More information about this command in the same link below:



*NOTE* This is not supported and has not been tested in every type of network environment.

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