Manage Traps Installation Packages

Create, download, view details about, or delete the installation packages for the Traps agent.
To ensure that your endpoints remain secure, you must download the Traps software and install it on your endpoints. From Traps management service, you can manage multiple installation packages for different Traps versions and operating systems.
After you create an installation package, you can then install it directly on an endpoint or you can use a software deployment tool of your choice to distribute the software to multiple endpoints. To install Traps, you must use a valid installation package that exists on Traps management service. If you delete an installation package, any agents installed from this package are not able to register to Traps management service.

Create an Installation Package

To create a new installation package:
  1. From Traps management service, select
    Agent Installations
  2. Create
    a new installation package.
  3. Enter a unique
    and a
    to identify the installation package.
    The package
    can contain letters, numbers, or spaces and must be no more than 32 characters.
  4. Select the
    Package Type
  5. Select the
    for which you want to create the installation package.
  6. (
    Windows, macOS, and Linux only
    ) Select the
    Agent Version
    for the package.
  7. Click
    Traps management service prepares your installation package and makes it available on the Agent Installations page. For Android endpoints, Traps management service creates a tenant-specific download link which you can distribute to Android endpoints.
    You cannot upgrade from the Traps for Android Beta to this version. If you participated in the Traps for Android Beta, you must uninstall the Beta version and install the new version.
  8. Next steps:

View Details About an Installation Package

From Traps management service, you can create installation packages for Windows, Mac, Linux, and Android endpoints. To help you manage installation packages for different agent versions and operating systems, Traps management service displays the available packages on a single page and displays the total number of installation packages including the number of outdated packages. For each installation package, Traps management service also provides a summary that includes the following details:
  • Agent version. Outdated packages are highlighted in orange.
  • Date and time the package was created.
  • Administrator who created the package.
  1. From Traps management service, select
    Agent Installations
  2. Locate and view details about the installation package.
  3. Next steps:

Remove or Hide an Installation Package

If an installation package is no longer required, you can delete it from Traps management service. Removing an installation package does not uninstall the Traps software from any endpoints. However, if you install Traps from a package after you delete it, Traps management service denies the registration request leaving the Traps agent in an unprotected state. If this is undesirable, you can instead hide the installation package from the main view of available agent installation packages on Traps management service. Hiding a package can be useful to filter earlier or less relevant versions from the main view.
  1. From Traps management service, select
    Agent Installations
  2. Hover over the installation package and select the desired action to either delete or hide the package.
  3. Confirm you want to perform the selected action.
    Traps management service performs the action depending on your selection, If you delete the package, Traps management service removes the installation package so that you cannot download or use it to install Traps on additional endpoints. If you hide the package, Traps management service moves the installation package to a secondary page of hidden installation packages.
  4. To see
    or only
    installation packages, toggle the
    at the top of the page.
    From the Hidden view, Traps management service displays all hidden installation packages. To return a hidden package back to the main view, hover over the package and select the action to unhide the installation package.
  5. To return to the default view, select
    from the

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