Leon Chung

Setaid.ini for SEP installs

I had such a hard time finding what some of the variables do in Setaid.ini because I don't have access to the deployment package part of SEMP (I know, most reasons are red tape in my case).

I'll keep this updated when I gather more. Their support page also gets updated too.

https://support.symantec.com/en_US/article.TECH102668.html
https://www.symantec.com/connect/forums/reboot-options#comment-1548481

Under [CUSTOM_SMC_CONFIG]:

KeepPreviousSetting=val

0 = Do not keep previous settings
1 = Keep previous settings
Note: This setting pertains to maintain existing settings in the package creation tab.

DestinationDirectory=installation_path

AddProgramIntoStartMenu=val

0 = Do not an entry to the Start menu
1 = Add an entry to the Start menu

InstallUserInterfaceLevel=val

u = unattended
s = silent
f = interactive

UIRebootMode=val

0 - Display a Yes / No option if reboot is needed
1 - Display pop-up and do reboot when UI level is f, u or s
3 - No pop-up and no reboot when UI level is f, u, or s

Under [LU_CONFIG]:

CONNECT_LU_SERVER=val

0 = Do not run LiveUpdate at the end of the install, which overrides the RUNLIVEUPDATE property
1 = Use the default behavior for running LiveUpdate

Under [FEATURE_SELECTION] , the following entries are valid for SEP 12.1.x (where val is 0 = Don't install the feature and 1 = Install the feature):

Core=val (required)

SAVMain=val

Download= val

OutlookSnapin=val

NotesSnapin= val

Pop3Smtp= val

PTPMain= val

TruScan= val

DCMain= val

NTPMain= val

ITPMain= val

Firewall= val

LANG1033= val

SEP 14.x

SAVMain=val

Download=val

OutlookSnapin=val

NotesSnapin=val

Pop3Smtp=val

PTPMain=val

TruScan=val

DCMain=val

NTPMain=val

ITPMain=val

Firewall=val

Core=val (Required)

Saep=val