We have one standard EEPC UBP and one standard EEPC Product Settings policy. Would it be bad practice to just assign every machine to these policies even of they do not have EEPC installed on them? My feeling is that if the EEPC software is not present then the policy will not cause any troubles. If I could assign this set of policies to every machine I could then run the EEPC installers manually on the clients which would save our deployment folks some time. Thanks.
The policies won't get sent to the client unless it reports back that the product is installed. This is normal behaviour for ePO/McAfee Agent.
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