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rbenson09
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EEDK - powershell scripts

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does EEDK work with powershell scripts? we are trying to test a powershell script that will download the Zoom client from the internet and install it, but receive errors after the client task is received by the agent.

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Update: I could not find any logs, but I got this work by creating a bat file that runs the powershell script and choosing the folder option in the tool. the tool basically zipped both scripts into the same file. the command to run was also set to just run the bat.

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Yes, it does.  Check out this guide, as it has some examples.

https://community.mcafee.com/t5/ePolicy-Orchestrator/ePO-Endpoint-Deployment-Kit-EEDK-Getting-starte...

 

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I was looking at that and didn't see a specific call out for powershell scripts. does this tool produce a log or is there another log that describes the install error i see in the agent status monitor in detail?

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The tool itself does not generate any logs unless you tell it to in the script.  However, if it is installing some point product, there should be install logs for that.  The mcscript deploy log may show something, but it will only show to the point of it downloading the files and executing it.  Once the script is executed, it is out of the hands of the agent.  The agent will then just report success or failure.

You might want to consider configuring the script to log everything it does and save it in windows\temp\mcafeelogs.

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Update: I could not find any logs, but I got this work by creating a bat file that runs the powershell script and choosing the folder option in the tool. the tool basically zipped both scripts into the same file. the command to run was also set to just run the bat.

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