How to install Unmanaged Symantec Endpoint 11 client

How do I go about installing unmanaged Symantec Endpoint 11 client?
I don't want to change from Managed to Unamanaged. I just want to have a package I can send to remote users and so they can update with Symantec LiveUpdate server and have basics policiesand schedules  (not tied to local server)

Thank you
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piotrmikula108Asked:
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Shreedhar EtteCommented:
Yes. The Symantec Endpoint Protection client installation on the CD installs the client as unmanaged by default.
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sfossupportCommented:
There are many things that can be done with symantec endpoint protection. Here is the faq:

http://service1.symantec.com/SUPPORT/ent-security.nsf/docid/2007071909500548
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jhalapradeepCommented:
Hi,

Please follow these step:

1) Open CD1 of Symantec Endpoint software download.
2) Copy SEP folder and share it or send it to remote users.
3) Tell them to double click on setup.exe file to install the SEP client as unmanaged.
4) This installation wil be unmanaged and wil have all default policies and scans enabled.
5) If the computers are with 64 bit operating system, then install it from folder "SEPWin64".

Regards,
Pradeep Jhala
Symantec Technical Specialist (Endpoint Protection)
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jhalapradeepCommented:
Hi ,

Any updates on this? I hope the issue is resolved.

Regards,
Pradeep Jhala
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piotrmikula108Author Commented:
Im good thank you so much
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TPBPITCommented:
OR, Create a UNMANAGED package with poilicy inheritance UNCHECKED and execute the .exe generated. As good as a CD.
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