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Immunet provides no off-line installer packages. The installation software uses a boot-strapper installer that does require an uninterrupted internet connection.

There are advantages to this, once the installer is connected to the download servers you will get the newest build of Immunet installed.

Also, using a boot-strapper installer prevents hackers from changing the installer package to include arbitrary code as there is no web site to hack into and mess with the installer package.

This actually happened to Piriform's CCleaner installer back in 2017. Hackers were able to access their web site & make malicious changes to CCleaner's traditional off-line installer package. "That proved to be a Public Relations nightmare for Piriform at that time!"

Can you temporarily allow internet access for the installer?

If so, here's the newest boot-strapper. Just click on the link to download.  https://download.immunet.com/binaries/immunet/bin/ImmunetSetup.exe

These are the server platforms that Immunet officially supports at this time, Microsoft Windows Server 2008 R2, 2012 & 2016.

If you plan on installing Immunet on multiple endpoints you will have to write your own batch install scripts.

There is an enterprise version of Immunet called Secure Endpoints (formally AMP for Endpoints) for users with a server environment. If you plan on having multiple endpoints Secure Endpoints might be the better option for you. It's much more configurable, easily deployed to multiple endpoints, will provide better security & although not free like Immunet, it is reasonably priced.

This link will provide you with detailed info regarding Secure Endpoints if you're interested. https://www.cisco.com/c/en/us/products/collateral/security/fireamp-endpoints/secure-endpoint-og.html

Regards, Ritchie...

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Something I forgot to mention in my last thread is that once installed, Immunet does require an internet connection for ETHOS or SPERO cloud look-ups of encountered unknown/suspicious files, updating the ClamAV module with the newest malware definitions & updating to a new build through the UI when available.

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