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Pwh589
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ePO source site replication to local http repository

Im  trying to clone mcafehttp to a local source site, in order to provide updates for internal epo servers... anybody ever tried it?

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Reliable Contributor sunshinebg
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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

You can try to add a sorce site in Configuration - Server settings - Source site add site.

 

  • In McAfee ePO, select Menu | Configuration | Server Settings.
  • Select Source Sites, then click Edit | Add Source Site.
    1. Enter “local http repository” as the Repository Name, then type HTTP/FTP/UNC, and click Next.
    2. In the Server name (URL) field, ensure that DNS Name or IPv4/IPv6 is selected as the default and enter “local source site”, with default port 80 or other, and click Next.
    3. Continue clicking Next until the last screen, then click Save.
    4. Click Enable Fallback, then click Save.

 

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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

I know how to add a source site in the epo, the problem is that i dont know if cloning the original mcafee http repository content to a local http repository i created works or not

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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

In that case i think if you have least one epo connected to internet and dont want to connect others epo-s to internet answer from is right answer.

In my lab have only one ePo, personally not tired.

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McAfee Employee aguevara
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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

what will you like to achieve by copping our HTTP repository to another HTTP repository? wont your HTTP repository be public facing?

 you still have few options from an ePO server with internet connection, you could also create a distributed repository (http) and replicate what you have on the master repository (originally coming from our HTTP common updater)

you could try a mirror task: KB84118

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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

If you have an ePO server with internet connection and another ePO server without internet connection then you could follow the steps from the article below:

How to update an ePolicy Orchestrator Master Repository from another ePolicy Orchestrator server:

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB82581&ePO1114

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Re: ePO source site replication to local http repository

You can also use vse or ens to set up a mirror site.  The product guide for those products will tell you how to do that.

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