1 Reply Latest reply on Feb 15, 2010 9:14 AM by rackroyd

    How i can install Agent Handler from ePO

    draven

      Good day

      Please tell me how i can install Agent Handler from working ePO server? On the server Agent Handleris installed, i wont't install Agent Handler on the locat server for update from this

       

      And a can't understand Agent Handler and Super Agent it's same one things or it's defferents programms?

       

      And last questions, how a can install Super Agent from server where it install?

       

       

      Message was edited by: draven on 2/15/10 6:28:33 AM CST
        • 1. Re: How i can install Agent Handler from ePO
          rackroyd

          Hi,

           

          You don't install an agent handler from the working ePO server.

          Detailed instructions are in the ePO 450 Install Guide, but in essence you find the AgentHandler folder in the extracted ePO 4.5 installation files, copy it to your target machine and run the setup.exe from there.

           

          An agent hander is *not* the same as a distributed repository (A superagent repository is just one kind of distributed repository).

          Agent handlers contact the Sql database for ePO regularly, so a very good connection to the host Sql server is essential.

           

          Think of an agent Handler as 'impersonating' the ePO server for clients where it would otherwise be difficult for them to communicate to the ePO server.

          To those client it really looks like the ePO server. It serves policies and tasks as well as cacheing updates and events.

          An Agent Handler does not maintain a repository though, it only caches files from the ePO server on request.

           

          Superagent configuration is made through the McAfee Agent policy.

          There is a tickbox for 'Convert Agents to Superagents' and 'Use systems running SuperAgents as distributed repositories'

          Since it is a policy configuartion please be careful you don't accidentally apply it to all your machines

           

          Hth,

           

          Rob