I have an Organizational Unit called Computers in Active Directory. In this OU, I have all the workstations on which I want to install SEP client. I extracted the msi file and made a network share. This msi file is on a different server than the AD.
When I create a Group Policy Object, I cannot link it to the container as it is a group and not an OU. I can't change this as this is the existing setup. So, I apply the GPO to the domain and this msi package extracted from SEPM has policies linked to this container. I created a software policy and assigned the software, but it does not work. I followed these steps: http://www.symantec.com/connect/articles/steps-install-sep-client-package-through-gpo
I am doing this after a long time and this is killing me now. Any advice would be appreciated. I have to install SEP on selected workstations. I also tried using SEPM to remote push, but it is not able to connect to my workstations. I called Symantec Support and they advised to enable Remote Registry Service on all workstations first. If I do that, I will have to create a policy first to enable it and then the computers have to be restarted for it to take place. Please Help