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diwi
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Message 21 of 27

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

5400 in the original build? I see!

Ok, as jmcleish already stated, replacing the original 777 build with the 1247 repost package build will most likely replace 'VirusScan Enterprise 8.8.0.777' with 'BLANK' instead of 'VirusScan Enterprise 8.8.0.1247' and that's a lot of work afterwards correcting that, because of so many deployment tasks (53 in total).

Regards,

DiWi

jmcleish
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Message 22 of 27

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

You could always use different branches.

Are your deployment tasks the same (or is it the assignments that change) - if so create one task at the top level of your tree and disable it, then enable it at the appropriate places further down the tree.

PhilR
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Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

diwi wrote:

that's a lot of work afterwards correcting that, because of so many deployment tasks (53 in total).

Regards,

DiWi

But it's a once-only task and you'll need the full Patch 4 build for when you roll out Windows 8.x etc, anyhow.

It's worth it.

Phil

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Message 24 of 27

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

diwi wrote:

Ok, another question. Will the VSE 8.8.0.1247 Repost package completely replace VSE 8.8.0.777 installation files and not touch my policies and tasks?

Regards,

DiWi

in ePO 4.6 - If you are checking it into the same branch then it will clear the products and components section under your product deployment task. You may want to check this once its checked in.

Not sure if this happens in ePO 5 as i don't use it yet.

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

Hi,

I have been checking the logs. The installation is a clean installation finishing correctly, but...

I have seen the following:

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:187]: Executing op: FileCopy(SourceName=Emabout.dll,SourceCabKey=Emabout.dll,DestName=Emabout.dll,Attributes=16384,FileSize=84288,PerTick=32768,,VerifyMedia=1,,,,,CheckCRC=0,Version=8.8.0.777,Language=0,InstallMode=58982400,,,,,,,)

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:187]: File: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\Emabout.dll; To be installed; Won't patch; No existing file

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:187]: Source for file 'Emabout.dll' is compressed

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:187]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: Verifying object --> 'C:\WINDOWS\Installer\6048e.msi' against software restriction policy

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:187]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\WINDOWS\Installer\6048e.msi has a digital signature

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:296]: SOFTWARE RESTRICTION POLICY: C:\WINDOWS\Installer\6048e.msi is permitted to run at the 'unrestricted' authorization level.

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:296]: Note: 1: 2318 2: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\Emabout.dll

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Executing op: FileCopy(SourceName=EmHelp.dll,SourceCabKey=EmHelp.dll,DestName=EmHelp.dll,Attributes=16384,FileSize=48448,PerTick=32768,,VerifyMedia=1,,,,,CheckCRC=0,Version=8.8.0.777,Language=0,InstallMode=58982400,,,,,,,)

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: File: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\EmHelp.dll; To be installed; Won't patch; No existing file

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Source for file 'EmHelp.dll' is compressed

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2318 2: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\EmHelp.dll

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Executing op: FileCopy(SourceName=BBCpl.dll,SourceCabKey=BBCpl.dll,DestName=BBCpl.dll,Attributes=16384,FileSize=188224,PerTick=32768,,VerifyMedia=1,,,,,CheckCRC=0,Version=8.8.0.777,Language=0,InstallMode=58982400,,,,,,,)

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: File: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\BBCpl.dll; To be installed; Won't patch; No existing file

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Source for file 'BBCpl.dll' is compressed

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:312]: Note: 1: 2318 2: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\BBCpl.dll

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Executing op: FileCopy(SourceName=EmCfgCpl.dll,SourceCabKey=EmCfgCpl.dll,DestName=EmCfgCpl.dll,Attributes=16384,FileSize=214848,PerTick=32768,,VerifyMedia=1,,,,,CheckCRC=0,Version=8.8.0.777,Language=0,InstallMode=58982400,,,,,,,)

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: File: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\EmCfgCpl.dll; To be installed; Won't patch; No existing file

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Source for file 'EmCfgCpl.dll' is compressed

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2318 2: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\EmCfgCpl.dll

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:328]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Executing op: FileCopy(SourceName=ftcfg.dll,SourceCabKey=ftcfg.dll,DestName=ftcfg.dll,Attributes=16384,FileSize=193856,PerTick=32768,,VerifyMedia=1,,,,,CheckCRC=0,Version=8.8.0.777,Language=0,InstallMode=58982400,,,,,,,)

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: File: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\ftcfg.dll; To be installed; Won't patch; No existing file

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Source for file 'ftcfg.dll' is compressed

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2318 2: C:\Program Files\McAfee\VirusScan Enterprise\ftcfg.dll

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Note: 1: 2360

MSI (s) (4C:14) [18:16:49:343]: Executing op: FileCopy

For some reason the package that you are deploying is incorrect. Please, make sure that you did not change the MA policy for this machine to get the installation package from another brach.

I am sure if you de deployment manually it will work, so you need to focus in this machine and where is taking the package from

Cheers,

El mensaje fue editado por: llamamecomoquieras on 8/07/14 15:05:12 CEST
PhilR
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Message 26 of 27

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

You'll probably need to deploy from the vse880mlrp4 full build.

Hence my suggestion that the quickest fix is to uninstall existing and install from the latest release VSE880MLRP4.

Uninstalling the old version followed by installing the latest version is a lot  quicker than messing about trying to update the existing install.

diwi
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Message 27 of 27

Re: VirusScan 8.8.0 Build 777 and update to Build 1247 problem ...

Yes, the same happened, when I changed the branch (from evaluation to current) for the McAfee Agent 4.8.0 Patch 2 and replaced Patch 1. I had to touch all deployment tasks and reselect the MA 4.8.0 P2 and I have a lot of deployment tasks

Different companies, different locations, lots of deployment tasks and lots of distributed repositories!

Message was edited by: diwi on 7/8/14 4:48:21 PM CEST

Message was edited by: diwi on 7/8/14 4:48:37 PM CEST
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