since I've uninstalled ePo 3.6.1 from my server and set it as 4.5 Distributed Repository one of a Master located in Switzerland, I have problems with McAfee Apache Server service.
When I start it, the Windows Application log show this error:
The Apache service named reported the following error:
>>> [Tue Oct 12 11:15:30 2010] [notice] Disabled use of AcceptEx() WinSock2 API .
and then fills up each 6 seconds of this kind of error:
Faulting application Apache.exe, version 188.8.131.52, faulting module kernel32.dll, version 5.2.3790.4062, fault address 0x0000bee7.
For more information, see Help and Support Center at http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/events.asp.
I've already looked around the community and found solutions speaking about stopping IIS and restarting it but I don't have IIS on my server .
Also other solutions about conflicts on port 443 but this is just a distributed rep.
honestly I don't know where to search again, and I guess Apache service is a vital part of ePo...
Can you help me about this matter?
Thanks a lot in adance and Best Regards
Sorry, I'm a bit confused Where are you seeing this error message? On the ePO 4.5 server? If ePO 361 has been removed, I would expect Apache to have been uninstalled as well...
sorry for not been enough clear.
I'm getting the error on the same Server (windows 2003) machine.
I uninstalled ePo 3.6.1 and then installed version 4.5 on the same one.
The only difference is that with 3.6.1 version it was Master repository while now with version 4.5 it's a Distributed one.
I hope it's more clear now..
Sorry, still not clear
I'm not sure what you mean by "...with version 4.5 it's a Distributed one." If you uninstalled ePO 361 and then installed 4.5, then this machine is still a master repository: each ePO installation has to have a master repo.
Is this machine an ePO 4.5 server, or just a distributed repo for another ePO 4.5 server?
Sorry to be so dim
it's a UNC Distributed repository of a Master one installed on our headquarter....but honestly I've not installed Apache by myself...
I did just the uninstall of ePo3.6.1
is there something that I can check on the Windows Server on which it's installed? Or something else to ask to the Master rep admin on his side....
If it's a UNC distributed repository, then it's not using Apache at all... if you don't need a webserver on that machine then I'd suggest removing apache completely
Does Apache show up in the add/remove programs list? It may be that it was not correctly uninstalled when ePO 3.6.1 was removed, in which case we will have to remove it manually...
this sounds as a very good news.
Anyway, just to be 100% sure, do you confirm that I can remove the highlighted service indicated in the attached picture?
Also, this is a description of McAfee Server service and it looks to be a quite vital component,,,,
McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 4.5.0 Server
Hold on - this is a very different thing...
This looks like this machine is an ePO 4.5 Agent Handler. This is not at all the same as a distributed repository, but some people get them confused
Did you mean to install an agent handler, or did you only want to create a distributed repository?