ePO 4.5.4 HF1
Asset - Laptop1
Servers - ePO1 and ePO2
Deploy EE and encrypt Laptop1 without PBA or SSO from ePO1. Then remove Laptop1 from ePO1 system tree and uninstall ePO1 MA from Laptop1. Then install MA from ePO2 on Laptop1.
Based on the above scenario would it be possible to manage EE of Laptop1 from ePO2, I have not tested this hence the question but I assume NO because the encryption keys are held within ePO1 database. If this is true is their a way to restore this information from ePO1 to ePO2 which would enable the management of EE on Laptop1 from ePO2 eg. policy changes, decryption ect.
You can transfer a system from one ePO server to another, using the transfer systems..
You will need to refer to the ePO documentation on how to set this up. From an EEPC prospective, the following will happen..
Hope that helps.
Thanks for the reply.
Say for arguments sake the following happened:
Laptop1 was encrypted from ePO1 using a MA installed from ePO1. After the encryption the MA was uninstalled from Laptop1 (ePO1 agent) and the ePO2 agent was installed.
How would one then manage EE from ePO2 for Laptop1? Is it possible? Should EEadmin and EEPC be re-deployed from ePO2 for this to work?
The answer is the same, the EE agent will detect that the server has changed and react in the same way as if you did a system transfer.
There is no need to re-deploy the EEAgent and EEPC from the ePO2.
Interesting information when compared to official EEPC FAQ from KB66700, section Functionality and question "Can I migrate EEPC 6.x clients to a different ePO server?"
It seems that version 6.x in this context mean 6.0 not 6.1.