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Really, just install.sh?

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To install my rhel linux agent manually.

The docs say to just copy install.sh from the agent package. 
This can be seen here: https://docs.mcafee.com/bundle/agent-5.0.6-installation-guide-epolicy-orchestrator/page/GUID-7F039BF...

So, my soon-to-be agent rhel machine now only has install.sh (not any other file from \EOPAGENT3700LYNX).

If I run `./install.sh -i`

Is nothing else required? No packages or certificates?

NOTE:

I did try this myself on a machine & it worked, but that machine is my test machine and I had just unregistered and uninstalled that machine, so I am not sure if there was some step that I hadn't undone correctly.

The reason I am double checking is also because my colleague can't believe that someone would package an rpm or binary in a .sh file.

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Yes, that is it, just the install.sh file.  I assume you are running the chmod command first before the install.

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Yes, that is it, just the install.sh file.  I assume you are running the chmod command first before the install.

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