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hello ,

in our organization we need to have 6 ePO server and should be controlled from Main branch , is it possible ? i mean if we have one master ePO and other child . 

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Re: Multiple ePO server

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Typically each ePO server requires its own license, but you should check with your McAfee representative (Account Manager or Sales Engineer) to be sure.

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One license is enough, you are not limited in the number of epo servers you have in your environment.  Have you considered using one epo server and agent handlers in place of the other epo servers?

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No, unfortuantely ePolicy Orchestrator does not have the ability to work in a parent/child model. 

Your alternativates include the following:

1. To get event data from all servers, you can roll data up into a single ePO server via a server task.

2. To share policies, you can register each of the ePO servers with your main branch, and share policies and tasks. However, you must still manually assign them.

3. If you want to assign tasks, tags, or policies across multiple ePO servers, you might consider using the Web API.

4. You may consider redesigning your ePO architecture to use a single ePO server. In most cases, this design is the least complex.

Otherwise, you will need to manage each ePO server independently. 

Good luck

 

Re: Multiple ePO server

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Thank you , if we manage each ePO server independently (install 6 server in 6 branches) does one license is enough or what will be the procedure .  

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Typically each ePO server requires its own license, but you should check with your McAfee representative (Account Manager or Sales Engineer) to be sure.

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Re: Multiple ePO server

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One license is enough, you are not limited in the number of epo servers you have in your environment.  Have you considered using one epo server and agent handlers in place of the other epo servers?

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