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Small portion of my servers are going to AWS - what are my options?

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I manage around 2k systems under a single ePO, and I've recently learned that about 200 of these systems will be moved to AWS cloud services. I need to know what my courses of action are to manage the McAfee Agents on these systems. I understand the latest release of ePO will run on AWS cloud services, I believe one course of action could be to run a separate ePO for AWS clients. If we were to go this route, would we need a different license? Alternatively, would it be possible to still manage this clients with a McAfee Agent from my standard ePO server?
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Re: Small portion of my servers are going to AWS - what are my options?

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You should still be able to manage your AWS clients from your existing epo.  You may have to open some ports in the firewall.  Refer to KB66797.

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Hi Surrogate77,

I suggest a call to customer services to have the license matter at least checked, if there is a need to make changes they are the individuals that can take that action for you!

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You should still be able to manage your AWS clients from your existing epo.  You may have to open some ports in the firewall.  Refer to KB66797.

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