Install ETP Client with a command line

Before you begin

  • Make sure that you have a downloaded Windows or Mac installation file for ETP Client that is later than 1.2.2. For more information, see Download ETP Client.
  • Make sure that you have the entitlement code.
  • If you are installing ETP Client on a Mac with the command line, you must create a bootstrap.txt file that contains the entitlement code only. Save the bootstrap.txt file in the same file location as the package.

Perform this procedure to install ETP Client with a command line. Select the steps that apply to your operating system.
Note: If you use pip and your organization has enabled ETP Proxy, make sure you also add the ETP Proxy TLS man-in-the-middle (MITM) certificate to the pip configuration file. In the pip.conf file, add this entry:
[global]
cert = /path/certificate.pem
where:
  • path is the path to the certificate
  • certificate is the name of the certificate

On Windows

How to

  1. Open Command Prompt as an administrator.
  2. If necessary, change directories to the location where the installation files are located.
  3. Enter the following command and press Enter:
    msiexec /i etpclient_<versionNumber>.msi  CODE="<entitlement_code>" /q

    where:

    • <versionNumber> is the version number of ETP Client
    • <entitlement_code> is the entitlement code that was provided to you by the ETP administrator

On Mac

Note: Make sure that you create a bootstrap.txt file that contains the entitlement code only. Save the bootstrap.txt file in the same file location as the package.

How to

  1. Open a terminal window.
  2. If necessary, change directories to the location where the installation files are located.
  3. Enter the following command and press Enter:
    sudo installer -pkg etpclient_<versionNumber>.pkg -target /

    where <versionNumber> is the version number of ETP Client