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Before installing the roaming client, review Prerequisites.
During installation, you can configure the roaming client to hide the tray icon (Windows and Mac) and hide it from available applications—Add/Remove Programs on Windows. Use these options to decrease awareness of the Umbrella roaming client and prevent its removal from an end-user machine with Administrative rights. For more information on how to do this, see Umbrella Roaming Client: Command Line and Customization for Installation.
The manual single installation method is best for small organizations which plan to install the roaming client on a limited number of computers, as it can be faster to simply install the software manually than to automate it. The single installation method is straight forward and similar to installing any other application.
It is also very useful for testing a representative workstation in advance of a mass automated deployment.
Note: If the download button is disabled or 'greyed out', then you are a read-only user and cannot download the roaming client.
- Navigate to Deployments > Core Identities > Roaming Computers and click Roaming Client.
- Click Download.
This section contains the download links to both Mac and Windows versions, as well as links to documentation and internal domains information.
Downloaded installers are unique to your organization. Do not distribute them outside of your organization.
When up and running, you should see a blue sphere in your computer's desktop tray.
The distributed installation is best for mass deployment using deployments tools such as Group Policy Objects, Apple Remote Desktop, and other tools for automated software installations.
We have a detailed guide for deployments that utilize command line installations, which is what most software deployment tools will use.
We have specific guides for the most common software deployment tools:
- Deploy using GPO in Windows 2003
- Deploy using GPO in Windows 2008 R2 and Windows 2012
- Deploy using Application Install with SuperORCA
- Deploy using Apple Remote Desktop
- Deploying using Standardized Images