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nsaman
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Are ePO Hot Fixes cumulative or do they need to be applied one by one?

Hi, I would like to know if McAfee ePO hot fixes are cumulative or not. For example, if someone installs epo 5.3.1 and there are about 10 hot fixes for that version, will applying the latest included the fixes for all 10 hot fixes or do we need to apply all 10 hot fixes (one by one?

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Re: Are ePO Hot Fixes cumulative or do they need to be applied one by one?

ePO hotfixes are non-cumulative and must be applied individually.  In most cases they don't actually apply to ePO proper, but to our shared/embedded 3rd party components, OpenSSL, Java, etc; (Which is why they have to be applied separately.)  Hope that helps! 

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