I have a pretty basic issue. I want Mcafee to pick up on any rogue systems hitting the EPO > System tree.
So i thought would create a server task to deploy the Mcafee Agent and various MCafee applications we use. However when I try to, i always stuck. So let me break down where this happens.
This is the process I follow.
Step 1. new task
Step 2: Name Task
Step 3: Push Next
Step 4: select the query i made to check for Rogue devices.
Step 5: You can see the query selected, and now i click on Sub-actions.
Step 6: Select Run External Command
Step 7: ???
As you can see below, i get stuck with No register executeables have been added.
What is a registered exectuable?
How do i add them?
Why don't I have any?
Been pulling my hair out trying to figure this one out. Any help would be awesome.
As I understand, you would agent / av deployed to rouge systems detected on your environment?
If so, choose export to file and save it to a location.
create another new server task which reads the systems from the exported file and deploy antivirus task (Virusscan or ENS).
How is your query defined exactly? Sub actions available depend on the query type. In your case, it would have to be a table. However, are you using Rogue system detection? If so, that has the ability to deploy an agent to rogue systems without having to set up a server task. You would set up an automatic response for that. If you aren't using RSD, how are you determining they are rogue?
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