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Rajesh_
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Dear Team,

Some time my observation is that some drive remains as unsolified, while the other drives show as solidified. This has been observed across OS and MACC versions. And this is happening both the modes STD and Managed.

Your time is appreciated. Please do let's know if further info needs to be furnished.

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Thx ryadav for the reply.

I think we can close this thread here, as it seems I found the point. Whenever there is no executable in the Z drive as it mainly used for storage propose, this thing happened. Whenever there is an executable in the drive all goes fine. 

Thx once again ryadav for your response. Your recon had given me with the insight. Appreciate!!

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Re: Drive show unsolidified.

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Hello Rajesh ,

To begin with , are you referring to the System/local drive or any mapped network drives .

In managed method , when you run the SC:Enable task , it basically solidifies the local drives . Likewise for stand alone system to solidify the drives the drive name must be used to for solidification .

However there are instances where we have seen the inconsistency in drive solidification due to inventory corruption .

I would recon to use the below step in one of system and let us know if that makes any difference . 

  1. On the local system, recover the console.
  2. Put MACC into the Update mode.
  3. Delete c:\Solidcore\scinv.
  4. Resolidify the drive.


If the affected drive is not c:\, then add the respective drive letter.

Regards, 

McAfee Support.

 

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Hi ryadav,

Thx for your reply.

Yes, it's  System/local drive and always a particular drive which lettered as "Z" and Shared. 

I'd follow your recon and get back to you.

Thx  again,

Rajesh.

 

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Hi ryadav,
Update about my observation: The drive, remained unsolidified, doesn't contain "Solidcore" folder in it. As you suggested to delete in the reply.
Rajesh--
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Hello Rajesh , 

Thank you for reverting back . 

Kindly perform a manual Solidication on Z drive and let us know if that makes any difference .

Also share the output of Sadmin status 

Thank you , 

McAfee Support 

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Thx ryadav for the reply.

I think we can close this thread here, as it seems I found the point. Whenever there is no executable in the Z drive as it mainly used for storage propose, this thing happened. Whenever there is an executable in the drive all goes fine. 

Thx once again ryadav for your response. Your recon had given me with the insight. Appreciate!!

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Thank you @Rajesh_

McAfee Support 

 

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