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dundee
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Message 11 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

I get the message "This page can't be displayed"

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Message 12 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

Here I will suggest you to turn off your windows server firewall just for a while and request Agent Remote log form youre ePO, if it works then enable your firewall and add exception of 8081 port in fire wall settings.

Adding port exception in windows server 2012 for inbound traffic.

  • Click Control Panel

  • Open Windows Firewall from the control panel
  • Next click on the “Advanced settings” link in the left hand side of the screen.
  • On the Windows Firewall with Advanced Security window, you can create and manage your inbound and outbound data flow rules separately. While relatively similar, here I will focus on inbound rules. Click "Inbound Rules" on the far left, then click "New Rule..." on the far right.
  • On the New Inbound Rule Wizard, select Port as the rule type.
  • Then select whether the port will be accessed by TCP or UDP data and specify the local ports.
  • Then select how connection attempts to this port should be treated. Allow the connection to quickly allow connections on this port of TCP.
  • Unless you have created a virtual network like a VPN, choosing Domain and Private should be enough, but use discretion when you get into networking.
  • Give the Rule and name, complete the wizard and you're done!

Regds,

Alex

dundee
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Message 13 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

I did try your suggestion but no luck.

I can also see that there are McAfeeFrameworkService Rules configured in the Firewall

2 Rules for Public, 2 for Private and 2 for Domain

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Message 14 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

Is the 2012 server running the same agent policy as the other servers?

If it's running a different policy one thing to do would be to check that the '

dundee
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Message 15 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

the 2012 server is running the same policy like the other servers

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Message 16 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

Then it looks like McAfee Agent is not working as expected, is the "McAfee Framework Service" running?

dundee
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Message 17 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

Yes the Framework Service is running. The McAffe Agent Monitor shows a connection to the ePo Server. The dat updates are working fine.

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Message 18 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

Perhaps another service is runnin and listening on McAfee's port. Try to do a netstat -abn to see if something is on port 8081

dundee
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Message 19 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

netstat -abn shows

TCP 0.0.0.0:8181 0.0.0.0 LISTENING

FrameworkService.exe

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Message 20 of 21

Re: EPO4.6 can´t open Agent Remote Log

So McAfee Agent is listening on port 8181 instead of the default 8081, is that right? If you then try to open http://localhost:8181 does it shows the agent log?

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