Installing Symantec Endpoint Protection client features using the command line

You can install the protection features by specifying them in Setaid.ini files and in MSI commands. Most features have a parent-child relationship. If you want to install a child feature that has a parent feature, you must also install the parent feature. For example, if you specify to install the Firewall feature but do not specify to install NTPMain, the firewall is not installed.
Symantec Endpoint Protection client features
Feature
Description
Required parent features
Core
Installs the files that are used for communications between clients and
Symantec Endpoint Protection Manager
. This feature is required.
None
ADDefense
Installs the Endpoint Threat Defense for Active Directory component.
Core
DCMain
Installs the Application Control and Device Control feature.
PTPMain
Download
Installs the complete protection for downloaded files. Includes fully functional reputation scanning by Download Insight.
SAVMain
Firewall
Installs the firewall feature.
NTPMain
ITPMain
Installs the Network and Intrusion Prevention and Browser Intrusion Prevention feature.
NTPMain
LANG1033
Installs English resources.
Core
NotesSnapin
Installs the Lotus Notes Auto-Protect email feature.
Applies only to versions earlier than 14.2 RU1.
SAVMain
NTPMain
Installs the Network and Host Exploit Mitigation components.
Core
NTR
Installs the Network Traffic Redirection component.
Core
OutlookSnapin
Installs the Microsoft Exchange Auto-Protect email feature.
SAVMain
Pop3Smtp
Installs the protection for POP3 and SMTP mail. Available only on 32-bit systems.
Applies only to versions earlier than 14.2 RU1.
SAVMain
PTPMain
Installs the Proactive Threat Protection components.
Core
SAVMain
Installs the virus, spyware, and basic download protection. Subfeatures install additional protection.
Core
TruScan
Installs the Behavioral Analysis (SONAR) feature.
PTPMain