Appendix A - Deploying Harmony Endpoint Security Client using SCCM

Use the Microsoft System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) to install and deploy Harmony Endpoint Security ClientClosed Application installed on end-user computers to monitor security status and enforce security policies..

Use Case

If you already use SCCM to manage your organization’s endpoints, you can use it to deploy Check Point's Harmony Endpoint on these managed endpoints.


A System Center Configuration Manager (SCCM) account.

Step 1: Create the Harmony Endpoint Windows Application in SCCM

Follow these steps to create and upload Harmony Endpoint application to the SCCM service.

  1. Open the Microsoft Endpoint Configuration Manager (SCCM).

  2. From the top toolbar, select Create Application.

  3. Click Browse.

    1. Upload the EPS.MSI file created in Preparing the Harmony Endpoint Client Windows Package for Deployment.

    2. Click Open.

    3. Click Next.

  4. In the General Information window, enter the Name, Additional Comments, and Publisher information.

  5. Click Next.

  6. Review the Summary information and click Next.

Step 2: Deploy the Harmony Endpoint Windows Application in SCCM

Follow these steps to install and deploy the Harmony Endpoint application created in Step 1.

  1. Open SCCM and from the top toolbar > click Deploy.

  2. Go to the General page > select Collection > click Browse.

  3. Click Device Collections and select the collection of devices > click Next.

  4. Select Content, click Add > Next.

  5. In Deployment settings, set the Action to Install and set Purpose to Required.

  6. Go to User Experience and set your preferences > click Next.

  7. Select Alerts and set your alerts > click Next.

  8. Review the information and click Next.

    The number of deployments is updated in the SCCM application.

  9. To make sure the deployment is successful, open the Software Center on the target device.