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snoobie
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MDE Client Log Files

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Hi All,

Im new to MDE 7.1 and wanted to know if there were any way of looking at the MfeEpe.log through ePO ?

I know you can connect to the agent log file remoteley but not seen anywhere to connect to this log file.

Help appreciated.

Thanks

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McAfee Employee

Re: MDE Client Log Files

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The MfeEpe.log is not accessible via an HTTP connection like the McAfee Agent log. It can be accessed via UNC via the C$ share. You can create a batch file to automate this. Here is an example:

Note: This example is provided for educational purposes only. Any custom batches, custom scripts, or custom tools are not supported by McAfee or McAfee Technical Support.

@echo off

echo This tool is used to remotely access the MfeEpe.log of a client machine

echo.

echo Please enter the IP or hostname of the machine

echo.

SET /P hostname="IP or Hostname: "

net use s: \\%hostname%\c$

PING 1.1.1.1 -n 1 -w 1000 >NUL

s:

cd "\Program Files\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption Agent\"

notepad MfeEpe.log

net use s: /Delete /YES

c:

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McAfee Employee

Re: MDE Client Log Files

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The MfeEpe.log is not accessible via an HTTP connection like the McAfee Agent log. It can be accessed via UNC via the C$ share. You can create a batch file to automate this. Here is an example:

Note: This example is provided for educational purposes only. Any custom batches, custom scripts, or custom tools are not supported by McAfee or McAfee Technical Support.

@echo off

echo This tool is used to remotely access the MfeEpe.log of a client machine

echo.

echo Please enter the IP or hostname of the machine

echo.

SET /P hostname="IP or Hostname: "

net use s: \\%hostname%\c$

PING 1.1.1.1 -n 1 -w 1000 >NUL

s:

cd "\Program Files\McAfee\Endpoint Encryption Agent\"

notepad MfeEpe.log

net use s: /Delete /YES

c:

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