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ePO on Linux

How can we install McAfee ePO Server console on Linux Server (any OS)??

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Re: ePO on Linux

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Re: ePO on Linux

McAfee ePO does not work on UNIX environment.. only Windows.

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Re: ePO on Linux

Do you have query about installing ePO on linux machine or would like to access console from linux machine?

ePO uses web console and should be accessible from remote machine (from linux also). Make sure that you are using supported browser as per ePO documents.

You need to open supported browser and write hxxps://<ePO server name/IP address>:8443/core


(Note from Moderator, have broken the above link to display it correctly - substitute tt for the xx)

Re: ePO on Linux

The ePO server can only be installed on Windows.

It is made up of three Windows Services.

The Agent Communication element is implemented using Apache and the Application server (the web console) is implemented with TomCat and their is also an Event Parser service which deals with Events passed to it buy the Apache Agent Communication service.

You can view the Web console through any browser by referencing the server name on the Server Port you declared during installation, which as hem indicates above, as port 8443 by default.

Regards

Rich

McAfee Certified Product Specialist - ePO

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I know this is a bit old, but these are services that are not specific to Windows, no? I've asked the question of our SAM before about being able to install the ePO console and agent handlers on *Unix, and with the way things are moving I know it will be raised again... 

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Hi @iammane,

As i understand your question, there are no any major changes in terms of supported platform. EPO still supports only windows platform not on Linux/Unix. I would suggest you to submit PER if you have not done.

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB60021

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As LKS stated, you will need to submit an idea requesting that.  Currently there are no plans for epo on Linux/Unix.

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