Installing the Custom Package Using a Third-Party Software

You can configure a third-party software to install the custom package silently on multiple computers. An example of a third-part software on Windows is the Microsoft Center Configuration Manager (SCCM).

If your computer has a batch script with a set of administrative tasks, you can also use this procedure to configure the batch script with the installation command.

Before You Begin

  • Obtain the custom package from the location specified by the user who created it.

    If the package is in the Download Center, see Downloading a Software Package in Download Center - Web Console.

  • Review the following requirements:
    • For Windows custom packages, the package must be either a self-extracting executable file or a package that includes the answer file. If the package consists of only the answer file, you must have a separate installation package on which you can run the file. The answer file needs the software binaries from an installation package to install the software.
    • For UNIX custom packages, there are no specific requirements.


  1. Specify the installation command in the third-party software.
  2. If the package was configured to install the software in decoupled mode, you must register the clients. Choose one of the following approaches:

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