Will the system be ePO managed? or have any communication to anything else?
If ePO managed and the system can communicate to ePO, you will be able to install it via ePO and set up a repository available to the client to perform the daily content updates.
If it is completley shut off, you can take the standalone installer from our downloads page and install the software. Then to update the content you would need to get daily packages from our website and run it on the machine: https://www.mcafee.com/enterprise/en-us/downloads/security-updates.html?region=us
With the content updates you can also create a seperate repository saved somewhere on the network if the system has access to something like this?
Further on this topic, I would like to ask if I could manage endpoints of one remote location that do not have internet access by on premise ePO ( headquarters ).
Is that possible by installing a superagent on that remote location in one endpoint that will communicate with the on premise ePO?
We are interested in deploying ENS-TP on these endpoints and having 2 features:
- Endpoints to receive the latest updates from ePO on main site ( AMCore files etc. )
- All endpoints to report back to ePO through only one endpoint of the remote site ( superagent? distibuted repo? agent handler? )
Please be also informed on the below:
- this remote site is reached through a slow connection, thus I think the agent handler solution is out of the picture.
- Although the main site ePO communicates with MS Active directory, the endpoints on the remote site do not.
These questions would be better answered by our McAfee Agent and ePO Team as they can list a number of solutions for you concerning remote locations.
Post this question as a new topic here: https://community.mcafee.com/t5/ePolicy-Orchestrator/bd-p/epolicy-orchestrator