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Griffian
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Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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Hi All,

 

I have downloaded and pushed ENSLTP 10.7.5 to a RHEL 8.3 server.  This appeared to go fine and looking at the RHEL server, it's showing the correct agent 5.6.5 and TP 10.7.5.

 

However, looking at the system in ePO, the product names are a bit strange and as a result the system isn't getting policies or updates...

Product                          Version
DXL_____1000                 6.0.0.218
ENDP_AM_1070LYNX    10.7.5.98
ENDP_GS_1070LYNX     10.7.5.139
Agent                               5.6.5.236

 

 

On our test ePO system, we're seeing the correct names (Endpoint Security Platform & Endpoint Security Threat Prevention)

I believe I have te latest patches on ePO (5.9.1) and the latest kernel package and license extesion.

 

Any ideas what the issue may be?

 

Many thanks

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Griffian
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Re: Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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The fix is to update the Windows ENS Extensions to the latest versons as ENSLTP relies on those.

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Re: Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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Hi @Griffian 

Thanks for your post.

Have you installed Extension file for ENS 10.7.5 and DXL 6.0.0?

You can find them Software Manager in ePO 5.9.1 console or following product download site.

https://www.mcafee.com/enterprise/en-us/downloads/my-products.html

 

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Griffian
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Re: Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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Hi, Thanks for your reply.

Yes, the latest 10.7.5 Endpoint Security for Linux License extension is installed.  I'm not using DXL, it's just part of the Agent Package, hence why it shows under the Products tab.

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Re: Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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The fix is to update the Windows ENS Extensions to the latest versons as ENSLTP relies on those.

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Re: Linux Threat Prevention 10.7.x on ePO 5.9.1

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McAfee Endpoint Threat Protection is an antimalware protection product that is ... Windows 7 through Windows 10, Mac OS X, Linux and a few other platforms. ... McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) is a Web-based application that provides  TellMarcos

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