After deploying epo-agent version 18.104.22.1681 to our systems, it seems a file cleanup.exe is being put under a directory C:\windows\temp\mfexxx.tmp.
It also seems removing this file/directory just makes it come back. What's the purpose of this? Is it normal behaviour or should I be worried?
We use a third party tool to distribute the framepkg.exe and it was set to distribute always without checking if the agent was already installed or not :-).
The cleanup.exe file under c:\windows\temp\mfexxx.tmp was part of a pending file operation.
So it seems in no way should you have that file in that location under normal circumstances. Only after an agent installation/reinstallation until first reboot.
I have the same problem, but in my case mfexxx.tmp files end up using all the free space on the disk, what can be?
Machine with Problem:
System Description N/A Operating System OS Type:Windows 2000,OS Platformrofessional,OS Version:5.0,OS Service Pack Versionervice Pack 4 Is 64 Bit OS No Description System Tree Sorting Enabled Managed State Managed Agent Version (deprecated) 22.214.171.1244 Last Communication 6/23/10 5:40:43 PM Last Sequence Error Sequence Errors 0 Installed Products Data Loss Prevention 126.96.36.199, McAfee Agent 188.8.131.521, Product Coverage Reports 184.108.40.2064, VirusScan Enterprise 220.127.116.110.Wrk, AntiSpyware 18.104.22.168