Since 17.0, Squore no longer ships with a Squore CLI package, the package allowing you to deploy a minimal set of client binaries on an automation agent like Jenkins to launch analyses remotely.
This article explains how to work around the missing package and deploy a the necessary binaries to launch Squore analyses on a machine away fro the server.
You should only be impacted by this problem if Squore 17 or 18 is the first Squore release that you install.
If you already have a Squore 16.x client on a machine, you can upgrade it as you normally would by running <SQUORE_CLI_HOME>/bin/synchronise[.bat] to retrieve the new version fo the client binaries, and this article does not apply to you.
Installing a Squore CLI 17
and Later From Scratch
In order to install a client package for a Squore 17 or 18 server, you will have to install an older version of Squore CLI and then upgrade it.