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dtsteinb
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Super Agents

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I created a couple of super agents for varous site.  How can I tell if a machine is actually pulling from the asigned agent or from the epo server itself?

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McAfee Employee

Re: Super Agents

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dtsteinb wrote:

When I am going to the machine in EPO and select and Actions-Agent-Show Agent log I get  The webiste declined to show this webpage HTTP 403 Forbidden

If you want to access the log remotely, check that you have enabled the "Enable remote access to log" option in the Logging section of the agent policy.

Otherwise, of course, assuming you can connect to the machine's filesystem, you can read the agent_<machinename>.log in a text editor.

HTH -

Joe

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McAfee Employee

Re: Super Agents

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The easiest way is to check the agent log and mcscript.log on the client machine - it will tell you which machine it is pulling from during a task.

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Joe

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dtsteinb
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Re: Super Agents

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When I am going to the machine in EPO and select and Actions-Agent-Show Agent log I get  The webiste declined to show this webpage HTTP 403 Forbidden

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alexn
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Re: Super Agents

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Telent port port 8081 vice virsa?

Open the ports vice versa, you can use netsh firewall set portopening tcp 8081.

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McAfee Employee

Re: Super Agents

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dtsteinb wrote:

When I am going to the machine in EPO and select and Actions-Agent-Show Agent log I get  The webiste declined to show this webpage HTTP 403 Forbidden

If you want to access the log remotely, check that you have enabled the "Enable remote access to log" option in the Logging section of the agent policy.

Otherwise, of course, assuming you can connect to the machine's filesystem, you can read the agent_<machinename>.log in a text editor.

HTH -

Joe

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