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McAfee Employee Alba
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Re: Scan Engine 6000 Deployment and EndPoint Security Threat Prevention 10.6.1 won't deploy

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only a very small percentage of random systems will get engine 6000 every day during this period;
I understand the confusion, the article is being formatted so the info is more clear.

 

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Reliable Contributor twenden
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Re: Scan Engine 6000 Deployment and EndPoint Security Threat Prevention 10.6.1 won't deploy

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McAfee Employee jess_arman
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Re: Scan Engine 6000 Deployment and EndPoint Security Threat Prevention 10.6.1 won't deploy

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@twenden As was mentioned, the replication/posting issue has been resolved on CommonUpdater and CommonUpdater2, so the correct throttling mechanisms can truly proceed as intended.

If you don't want to wait, there is an option to make all machines move to Engine 6000 immediately, which is to use the CommonUpdater3 repository, either directly from the endpoint or in ePO. This contains only Engine 6000 with no throttle applied, so the updates will be applied immediately.

 

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