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McAfee Employee chealey
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Re: Unable to import settings from a policy file using SetupEP utility

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You have a space in your Logs location (before the D):

/l*v" D:\Etc\logs"

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Message 12 of 14

Re: Unable to import settings from a policy file using SetupEP utility

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Hi,

Sorry, it was my mistake when I cut/pasted the text but, the command is correct...

13/12/2018 18:00:39.949 [3324] [BootStrapperMain] Commandline: /qb ADDLOCAL="fw,tp,wc" /import d:\Etc\preconfigured_10_6_1.policy /module FW,TP,WC,ESP /l*v"d:\Etc\logs"
13/12/2018 18:00:49.329 [3324] [BootStrapperMain] Not a valid commandline switch
13/12/2018 18:00:49.343 [3324] [BootStrapperMain] Invalid Command line input

FYI: It also arises the error with the command...

ADDLOCAL="fw" /import d:\Etc\preconfigured_10_6_1.policy /module FW

McAfee Employee chealey
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Message 13 of 14

Re: Unable to import settings from a policy file using SetupEP utility

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I've attached my exported policy. Can you try your installation with this file?

I used this command and file on a Win 7 and a 2012 Server and on both it works for me (you can obviously change the log location 🙂 >> remove the .xml, I had to rename it to upload it!):

/qb ADDLOCAL="fw,tp,wc" /import D:\Etc\preconfigured_10_6_1.policy /module FW,TP,WC,ESP /l*v"C:\Temp"

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Message 14 of 14

Re: Unable to import settings from a policy file using SetupEP utility

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Good day,

I haven't had time to test any of this, and won't until next week.

DocB

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