We are only using the Integrity Monitor portion of Solidcore, with policies related to Application and Change Control disabled. We have a cluster that is acting as the virtual server (Hyper V) host for several virtual servers. We have discovered that when we enable Solidcore on the cluster node that is the current owner of the Cluster Shared Volume that it immediately prevents the other node from being able to write/delete in the Cluster Shared Volume location, and trying to take ownership of any of the virtual server resources results in an "An unexpected error is keeping you from creating the folder...Error 0x800705AA:Insufficient system resources exist to complete the requested service".
If Solidcore is disabled, the error goes away, and the node has no problems writing/deleting in the target location and taking ownership of the virtual servers. This is the only file location that has this issue. Using the sadmin command and viewing permissions, i can find no write protect for this location.
Has anyone run into this problem, or have a solution to the issue? Any help would be appreciated. Thanks
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Troubleshooting this issue will require log files and other diagnostic info. The quickest way to resolve this is to open a ticket with McAfee support. Could you please do that, if you have not done that already.
Yes, we opened a ticket with McAfee back in March, 2011. We worked with their engineers, and at the end of it, they provided us the 5.1.2 patch. This discussion can be closed.