Het belangrijkste product dat Intel Security voert is zonder twijfel e Policy Orchestrator.e PO maakt het mogelijk om vanuit één enkel console de meeste producten van Mc Afee te beheren door beleid te definiëren, producten uit te rollen en over die producten te rapporteren.As a result, it never receives any new DAT info and it puts the Macs out of compliance.When I try to uninstall the product by running /usr/local/Mc AFee/uninstall EPM it gives an error and never uninstalls.Because I can't uninstall it, I am unable to reinstall the product either manually or by pushing from the server.This has happened on 6 different Macs and I confirmed the cause by comparing the settings on a Mac before and after upgrading to Sierra.By default, the Mc Afee agent checks with the server for new policies or changes to existing policies once every 60 minutes.In some cases, IT staff may wish to speed up that process for troubleshooting or other reasons.
HOWEVER, if I take a Mac running El Capitan 10.11.6 that already has Mc Afee Endpoint Security for Mac 10.2.1 and the Mc Afee Agent 126.96.36.1993 installed and functioning properly and then upgrade that Mac to Sierra via Self Service, Mc Afee loses all Update repository info that was previously there.
Sometimes Auto Update does not run automatically, such as when your computer is turned off.
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The weird part is that 2 other Macs that were upgraded directly via the Mac App Store still retained all their Mc Afee settings and are still working fine.
I built the Self Service policy by downloading the Sierra installer via Mac App Store, copied it into Casper Admin.
This can be accomplished either from the client or from the server.