I recently checked in Site Advisor v. 184.108.40.2065 in our EPO 4.6.7. I tested the Site Advisor installation in two Windows 8.1 computers that had only the agent and VSE, and got an installation failed error. After several retries I managed to successfully install Site Advisor 220.127.116.115 in both computers.
In the About window of each client, SAE's version is 18.104.22.1681, Service Pack 2. Is this how version 22.214.171.1245 is supposed to display in the About window?
Now the Event Viewer shows that SAE's service terminates unexpectedally and Internet Explorer does not respond each time I open it.
I tried uninstalling SAE in both clients through EPO a zillion times, but it fails everytime. I checked in Site Advisor Removal Tool and run a task in EPO, but it also fails everytime. A manual unistall by selecting uninstall when right clicking C:\Program Files (x86)\McAfee\SiteAdvisor Enterprise\RepairCache\sae.msi returns the error "McAfee SiteAdvisor Enterprise Service cannot be stopped. Check that you have enough permissions" (the error message text may not be exactly like this, as I am translating from Portuguese). I'm uninstalling as a Domain Admin.
How can I uninstall SAE, or install in a way it works OK with Windows 8.1? Both clients have agent 126.96.36.1990.
I have exactly the same problem, with the same versions except I installed SAE SP2 on Windows 7. For me the IE plugin works but I have problems with the Firefox (v 28.0) plugin. When I try to uninstall SAE I get the same error, that I should check if I have enough permissions to stop the service.
In the policy catalog, Site Advisor Enterprise Plus 3.5.0, Hardening (My Default), I only have the options bellow.
I tried with all of them checked and with all of them unchecked (after successfully waking up the agent) and the error message is the same.
Where can I find the Protect SiteAdvisor resourses?
Take a look at the client in EPO...
Under the products section is Site Advisor listed? If it's not EPO will not push the SAE policys to the cleint, which is the issue I'm having.
SAE is installed on the client but not reporting as installed in EPO.