How to install the SentinelOne agent from PDQ Deploy

Purpose

You wish to install SentinelOne's agent in your environment.

Overview

This article covers how to create a custom deployment package the SentinelOne Agent.

  1. Download the installation package from your SentinelOne Management Console.
  2. Copy the Site Token from your SentinelOne Management Console.

Getting Started

  1. Log into your SentinelOne Management Console.
  2. On the left navigation bar, click the Sentinels icon to go to the Sentinels page.
  3. On the top navigation bar, switch to the PACKAGES tab.

  4. Download the MSI installer.
    • Make sure to select the latest version, which will be marked with the letters GA (General Availability) under the Availability Level column.
    • Make sure to select the correct processor architecture that matches the Windows OS version you're installing on (32-bit/64-bit).
  5. Copy your Site Token. This is visible at the top of the Sentinels page, and you'll need it when you create your PDQ Deploy package.
  6. Save the MSI installation file to your PDQ Deploy repository, in a new folder.
    In the example below, we used a folder called SentinelOne.

Create your new custom package

  1. Use the shortcut CTRL+N or select File > New Package from the menu.
  2. With Properties selected, enter the name of the package in the Name field.
  3. Click New Step and select Install.
  4. In the Parameters field, add the following attribute to your new step (but use your actual site token, as copied from above):
    SITE_TOKEN=111111111222222222333333333444444444555555555666666666777777777888888888999999999000000000111111111222222222
  5. In the Success Codes field, leave the existing codes intact, but add a comma (,), and then add 12 as a Success Code, as noted in SentinelOne's documentation.

Deploy your package

You should now be able to deploy the SentinelOne Agent to your Windows devices.

For more detailed deployment instructions and options in Deploy, see How It Works: PDQ Deploy.

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