To install Threat Defender on physical hardware (i.e. appliance), you need an installable image.
To be able to use this image, you need to write it to a USB flash drive (2GB or larger).
Any data stored on the USB flash drive will be deleted.
There are various tools for different operating systems for creating a bootable USB flash drive, such as Win32 Disk Imager for Windows or Etcher for Windows, macOS and Linux. See the documentation of your selected tool on how to use it to write the ISO file to the USB flash drive.
Under Linux, you can also manually copy the image to the USB flash drive as follows:
Make sure that the USB drive is unmounted and you know the name of the device.
In this example, the USB drive is
Access the command line interface and run the following command:
sudo cp cgntx_installer_latest.iso /dev/sdb && sync
Alternatively, you can also use:
sudo dd if=cgntx_installer_latest.iso of=/dev/sdb bs=1M && sync
Remember to replace
cgntx_installer_latest.isowith the actual file name of your installation file.