Hi mr.9211, I don't thoink so because if an agent is installed on a computer it will always try to connecto to its configured epo server.
The only thing you can do is to remotelly remove mcafee agent from these computers
I don't think you could restrict, but you could tag those machines based on the domain membership then create an agent removal job that is assigned to devices with that tag. You could also modify you product deployement takss with that same tag to ensure you don't install a product on a device that is unlicensed.
Also, and I can't remember for which version of epo it applies, but if you use the "and has none of these tags:" feature, ensure you put a tag in "has any of these tags:". In some instances, the "negative" tag woud be ignored...
|Has any of these tags:||Workstation|
|And has none of these tags:||Server, NO-HIPS,|