You want to install package services to a machine running the Symantec Management Agent and need instructions.
How to setup a New Site Server with Package Services
A Package is a group of one or more files that can be delivered to a managed computer. Packages are often for Software Delivery
A Site Server with Package Services is a file server with additional software installed to allow Symantec Management Agents (agents) to download packages. At smaller remote sites, package services may be installed one file server to reduce network load. At larger sites, package services may be installed on multiple file servers, for load balancing and continuity. A computer with package services can make packages available via HTTP/HTTPS (which requires Microsoft IIS) and/or via Windows file sharing.
The following are required of a computer to become a site server running package services.
To configure this computer to be a site server with package services:
Note: If you have not configured sites and subnets, see Overview of Site Services with Notification Server 7 (52567)
To assign this site server to a site
Note: You only need to do this to have a site server serve a site which it does not already belong.
Enable the Package Service Upgrade Policy
Now, this upgrade policy is enabled, so when the NS is upgraded, and the upgrade includes an upgrade to the Package Service components, then these components will be deployed to all site servers with Package services.
What Happens Next?
At this point the computer is on-track to become a Package server and to be setup to run Package on some client computers. These steps will all occur in due time, but each step can be done more quickly if necessary. Here are the basic steps.