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I should note that this is ePO 4.0 Build 1221.
And thanks for the suggestion jmaxwell, but no luck sad I had already restarted the server, so I'm sure that would have had the same effect anyway.
I'm really baffled on this one.
Have you checked the sitelist.xml on an affected client to see if the server Ip is still correct ?
Yes, I have checked the sitelist.xml file. I actually compared it with one of the 12 machines that are still working also. The only difference I can spot is one line.
And the working machine has a bunch of numbers there. Otherwise they are identical other than a few variables being in different spots, but they match.
Will it be the case of duplicate agnet GUID?
try delete the registry value under
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Network Associates\ePolicy Orchestrator\Agent\]
In the right pane, right-click each of the values below and select Delete:
Then restart the 'McAfee Framework Service" or reboot
or refer to
Thanks for the idea, but no luck. Also, this is happening on several hundred machines, so I doubt duplicate ID's would be the cause of all of them.
Keep the ideas coming though, I've been working on restoring the server back to a a previous date to see if that gets me anywhere, but otherwise I still have no solution.
I feel very stupid for this, but thought I'd post this for people experiencing the same problem. The database server the database was on had a full hard drive so the database could no longer be written to. Cleared some space, everything started working perfectly.
Thanks for everyone's help!!