@LKS I just tried netsh winhttp set proxy "my proxy name and port used" "<local>" the command is executed. Again while running the setup, it throws the same error 😞
Did you try to bypass "local" via command line from that article. Seems proxy is not bypassing local.
netsh winhttp set proxy "Proxy Name:port used" "<local>"
When you run the below command, does it return like the below one.
Can you enter the FQDN of your proxy server in the IE settings and ensure you selected "Bypass proxy server for local addresses" and then try again.
Adding to this, what does the log says when it tries to connect https://epo.mcafee.com:443.
Does it resolves it. Is it able to connect successfully. Are there any error when it tries to reach the above site.
Sorry for not responding, I was out of office for the holidays. It may show that response to just that page - can you get to https://epo.mcafee.com/productcompatibilitylist.xml in the browser from the epo server itself? It should show a list of product codes and compatibility info.
Do you have an SR open for this?
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