Right Click on the "Cb Defense Sensor Application" you just added and select "Properties"
Select the "Deployment Type" tab
Select the "Deployment Type" you have configured for Cb Defense
Select the "Programs Tab" to change the uninstall command from msiexec /x "installer_vista_win7_win8-xx-x.x.x.xxxx.msi" to %ProgramFiles\Confer\uninstall.exe /uninstall <Company Deregistration Code> if the "Require code to uninstall sensor" is enabled on the Policy and you want the option of being able to uninstall the sensor using SCCM
Select the "Detection Method" tab
Select the "Detection rule" configured
Select "Edit Clause"
Change the "Setting Type" to "File System"
Set Path to %ProgramFiles%\Confer, File or Folder name to RepUx.exe
Select "The file system setting must satisfy the following rule to indicate the presence of this application" Configure MSI Property "Version", Operator "Greater than or equal to", and Version should be the currently install Cb Defense sensor version.
Select "OK" to save changes to the Detection Rule
Select "OK" to save changes to the Detection Method
Select "OK" to save changes to the Deployment Type
Deploy Cb Defense Sensor Application
Right click on the "Cb Defense Sensor Application" and select "Deploy"
On the General Page select "Browse" for the Collection field
From the drop down choose "Device Collections" and choose a collection of devices to deploy to
On the Content Page select "Add" to add a Distribution point then select "Next"
On the Deployment Settings page select Action "Install", Purpose "Required", and "Next"
On the Scheduling Page choose deployment schedule and select "Next"
On the User Experience Page choose preferences and select "Next"
On the Alerts Page choose preferences and select "Next"
Review the Summary Page to confirm settings are correct and select "Next"
On the Completion Page select "Close"
Verify Cb Defense Sensor Application was deployed
To verify that the applictation was deployed successfully on the SCCM Configuration Manager select the Cb Defense Sensor Application and check compliance status on the "Deployments" tab (NOTE: Completed or unwanted deployments can be removed from this tab)
To verify that the application was deployed successfully on the device open the "Software Center" and check the Installation Status or Installed Software tabs
Please note many Microsoft operating systems are no longer supported through SCCM / Configuration Manager - notably Server 2003, 2008 and some variants of Windows 7. See this document for the full list: Deprecated for clients - Configuration Manager
Do not forget to add detection logic to your job to prevent the sensor from being over installed and causing duplicate entries.
When you introduce an SCCM job for a new sensor install do not forget to stop or delete any jobs for older sensor installs.