You can configure a Managed Rollout policy to suit your requirements. You can configure it to install a plug-in or to uninstall a plug-in. You can also configure any updates or service packs that have been released for that version of the plug-in. If the policy's software supersedes an earlier version of the plug-in, you can have the policy upgrade that software.
In the Symantec Management Console, on the Settings menu, click All Settings.
In the left pane, under Settings, click Agents/Plug-ins, expand the folder that contains the policy, and select the policy.
(Optional) In the right pane, change the policy's name or description. Click either one in the upper left of the page and type over the existing text.
In the Managed Rollout Policy section, configure the installation of the plug-in package as follows:
Select the type of command line to use with the package. Only command lines for installing and uninstalling the plug-in are available. After you select a type of command line, the command line appears under this check box.
Upgrade any of these superseded agent/plugin installations if present
If this option is checked, it forces an upgrade of any existing installations that this policy's software package supersedes. This section does not appear if no upgrades are available.The superseded agents/plug-ins appear in the list under this check box.
Updates and Service Packs
Displays all updates and service packs for the agent/plug-in. This section does not appear if no updates or service packs are available.
Each entry that you check is run when the policy runs. You can change the order in which the entries are processed with the Up Arrow symbol and the Down Arrow symbol. You can also click the Edit symbol to change the command line of an entry.
This option opens the Policy Settings dialog box that lets you specify additional settings for the policy.
In the Applied to section, specify the targets, computers, or users on which to run the policy.