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How to manage Endpoint Manager extensions

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Endpoint manager portal

Click 'Settings' > 'Portal Set-up' > 'Extensions Management'

  • Extensions are additional software modules that you can add to Endpoint Manager to expand its functionality.
  • Each extension can be controlled and managed from the EM interface.

The following extensions are currently available:

  • Comodo Client Security - Comodo Client Security (CCS) offers complete endpoint protection by combining a powerful antivirus, an enterprise-class packet filtering firewall, an advanced host intrusion prevention system (HIPS), and a containment feature which isolates all unrecognized files in a secure, virtual environment. CCS can be installed on endpoints from the 'Devices' interface.
    • See this wiki page for help to remotely install CCS on Windows devices 

      Once installed, CCS can be configured for optimal security by applying configuration profiles.
    • See this page for help with profiles for Windows devices. 
  • Remote Control by ITarian - The remote control app lets you take control of managed Windows and Mac endpoints over a remote desktop connection. This allows you to solve issues, install third-party software, run system maintenance and more.
    • See this page for help to use the remote control application.

Enable or disable extensions

  • Login to Comodo One / Dragon
  • Click 'Applications' > 'Endpoint Manager'
  • Click 'Settings' > 'Portal Set-Up'
  • Click the 'Extensions Management' tab


  • Use the switches to enable or disable an extension.
  • Only extensions that are enabled will be available in the 'Device Management' interface.