You can create a command line that runs a package or that runs without a specific package.
When you import a supported installation file type into the Software Catalog, default command lines are created automatically. When you import a non-supported installation file, or when you add a software resource in any other way, you must create the command lines.
In the Symantec Management Console, on the Manage menu, click Software Catalog.
In the Software Catalog window, do one of the following:
For an undefined software resouce, in the Newly discovered/undefined software pane, select it and then click the Edit symbol.
For a defined software resource, locate the software product that the software resource is associated with in the Managed software products or Unmanaged software pane. You then click the Plus sign that precedes the software product, and click the link for the software resource that appears below the software product.
On the software resource page, click the Package tab.
On the Package tab, add or edit the command line as follows:
To add a command line to the software resource, click Add command.
To edit an existing command line, select it in the Command Lines list and click Edit.
In the Add or Edit Command Line dialog box, define the command line and click OK.
Close the software resource page.
Imported Document ID: HOWTO62612
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