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Update your jabva pack ?
I have upgraded another epo server with the same version of java, and the patch is installed without problems....
The problem is that your jre is not well installed because the program has errors in the functions : they could be half-written or some (class)files could be absent ;)
Reinstall your jre grin
I tried to reinstall java in different versions, and then to reinstall the patch 4, but nothing changes....
Did you go on this repertory and find the files named "java.exe" with an orange logo ?
Yes, the java.exe is like you say, and the error, posted in the core-patch.log is:
C:\Program Files\McAfee\ePolicy Orchestrator\Installer\core\build.xml:444: java.sql.SQLException: Login failed for user '(null)'. Reason: Not associated with a trusted SQL Server connection.
I tried to set the user with NT authentication, posting the password, as the article says, and then to reinstall the patch, but the problem is the the same.....
This is McAfee's suggestion. Havent tried it yet though.
Microsoft SQL Server service is causing the installation to fail.
Restart the Microsoft SQL Server service.
1) Log on to the SQL Server hosting the ePolicy orchestrator (ePO) database.
2) Click Start, Run, type services.msc, then click OK.
3) Right-click on the SQL Server [EPOSERVER] service and select Restart.
4) Verify it is possible to connect to the SQL server to access the ePO database using OSQL commands. For more information see KB51855 .
5) Try the patch installation again.