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MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Hi,

Although ˊ2.5.0 support the 10.14.6 based on the release notes. In my environment all new install  OS with MCP 2.5.0 or upgrade from 10.14.5, both will get the issue.  With MCP 2.4.0 is fine. How to collect the log in Mac?

BTW, upgrade MacOS 10.14.5 with MCP 2.4.0 to 10.14.6, the MCP can't upgrade to 2.5.0. Need to remove by the cmd.

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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This issue is fixed in the version 2.5.1 or 3.0.0.

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Dear Thomas,

 

to collect troubleshooting data you should be able to use MER tool from your system tray. Click on McAfee Symbol > Help > Run MER Tool

 

Regards,

Sergej

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Thanks, I found it and upload to support.

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Hello @ThomasSu ,

Thank you for your query,

This may help

Endpoint Security for Mac 10.x Known Issues
 
Technical Articles ID:   KB85855
 
ENSM-1447 KB90888 10.6.5   Issue: The user interface of the following products is not listed in the console when installing with ENSM 10.6.5.
  • Data Loss Prevention 11.3.0
  • Management of Native Encryption 4.1.5
  • McAfee Client Proxy 2.3.6
For more information, see KB90888
Edited
 

IMPORTANT: McAfee recommends that customers:

  • Upgrade the McAfee products that they use in their environment to the 64-bit version before they upgrade the macOS to Mojave.
  • Install the 64-bit versions in High Sierra or Sierra before they upgrade to macOS Mojave.

NOTES:

  • McAfee does not support the co-existence of 32-bit and 64-bit McAfee products. Migration to 64-bit applications is required because of an operating system limitation; it can't co-exist with 32-bit legacy products. During the migration, there is an impact to local user interface capabilities for some of the 32-bit legacy products as outlined below.
  • When you migrate ENSM from 10.2.3 or 10.5.0 to 10.5.5, the following legacy versions of the products do not have any local interface capabilities until they are migrated to the 64-bit version:
    • Data Loss Prevention
    • File and Removable Media Protection
    • Management of Native Encryption
ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO) manageability does continue for these legacy products. When these products are migrated to their 64-bit versions, the local interface capabilities are restored.

Minimum supported versions are the versions available at the time of the macOS release. For clarification on what later versions support this operating system, see the Supported Environments articles.
Based on the earlier communication from Apple regarding notarization of third-party applications, McAfee is notarizing the products listed under macOS 10.15.x. IMPORTANT: McAfee recommends that customers upgrade the McAfee products that they use in their environment to the notarized version before they upgrade the macOS to Catalina. NOTES:
  • McAfee does not support the co-existence of notarized and non-notarized McAfee products.
  • When you migrate ENSM from 10.5.5 (and later) to 10.6.5, the legacy versions of the following products do not have any local interface capabilities until they are migrated to the notarized version:
    • Data Loss Prevention
    • Management of Native Encryption
    • McAfee Client Proxy
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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Hi @amit_naidu ,

This KB didn't help.

Base on the MCP 2.5.0 release notes, it did support 10.14.x. As I mention in the first, MCP upgrade from 2.4.0 is not workable. Both 2.4.0 and 2.5.0 are 64 bit.

MCP 2.5.0 did install correctly  and it should be malfunction in the 10.14.5. At the same time MCP 2.4.0 work greatly.

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Dear Thomas,

 

due to complexity of this issue and data you will need to share I suggest you to create a new Service Request along with MER output.

 

-Sergej

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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Hi Sergej,

Could you check the ticket 4-20327554491 ? This one have the mer log and other informations.

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Dear Thomas,

 

thanks for highlighting I'll follow up with the engineer to move forward. 

 

-Sergej

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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@ThomasSu - can you please let us know what the issue was and the resolution when it's identified as part of the ticket?

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Re: MCP 2.5.0 in MacOS 10.14.6 will lead to surfing very slow

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@AaronT  support is ongoing this issue. But no significant finding.. And their support response is quite slow too...

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