This article applies to the on-premises SEP Mac client; for the cloud-managed SES Mac client please see How to combine SES UniversalESD_RI.pkg and fsdmanifest.js into one pkg file
Starting with Symantec Endpoint Protection (SEP) 12.1.4, you can export and configure a Macintosh client installation package (SEPRemote.pkg) for deployment with third-party software distribution programs Apple Remote Desktop, Jamf, or other remote management tools.
Note that the SEPRemote.pkg must usually be notarized to be used with such tools: Notarizing macOS Software Before Distribution. SEP installers include a Broadcom signature but they are not notarized because they usually contains elements that are unique to each customer's environment—SEP management server address(es), certificates, etc—and customer must obtain their own Apple Developer ID to sign and notarize pkg files. Consult Apple technical support for help with obtaining a developer identity and notarization.
Export the package
Deploy using Apple Remote Desktop, Jamf, et al
For more detailed instruction or technical assistance using your software distribution solution, consult the documentation that comes with it.