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Isagel
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Redundant ePO server ?

I'm wondering if it makes sense or is even possible to have a redundant ePO server in case of a failure?...Should one fail you switch over to the other one.  Seems that might be tricky or not possible.

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Tristan
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Re: Redundant ePO server ?

https://community.mcafee.com/thread/24268

The above link is for ePO 4.5 but it should be the same for 4.6 but basically the solution is to install it on a Microsoft Cluster

djjava9
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Re: Redundant ePO server ?

yes you can have a secondary passive epo server.  The failover has to happen manually so if you see the primary has gone down you need to alter your dns to point to secondary.  MS clustering is not a great solution because both servers must be in same physical location.  see page 101 here.  https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/23000/PD23051/en_US/...