You can't use "domain\admin" account for your registered Windows server!?
That is more or less correct, example:
domain name : sub.domain.net
(or choosing server name: dc.sub.domain.net )
user name:sub.domain.net\account does not work
user name:account works <- but generates the error-code described in this thread.
Try to use Windows domain name. Use "Test Connection" button to test connection to your LDAP server.
Is your ePO server on the same domain as AD?
Can you view all single user accounts from AD domain when you trying to add new EE user to your test system (PC)?
It is via the test connection I established the scenarios above.
The epo-server should reside within the same domain as the LDAP-quieries are polling against.
Yes, I can browse and add users/groups/OU's when assigning to computer/computers - and add.
The error-code comes within the time the agent tries to grab the policies for the user-part.
I've never came across the same issue with similar (identical) setups before, nor in the lab.
Error code? Please provide more info on it. Where it is seen, at which moment. Can you send screenshot?
The errorcode in question that made me end up on this thread:
YYYY-M-D 12:25:9,691 DEBUG MfeEpeHost From uuid = [UID-STRING] From Service = To uuid = To Service = MfeEpeServiceDCServer Message = <element xsi:type="ns1:DCDataMsg"><sendTo serviceName="MfeEpeServiceDCServer" xsi:type="ns1:MfeEpeAddress"></sendTo><name>EEADMIN_1000_UsersAndMachineIDExc</ name><data>
<message>com.mcafee.orion.core.ui.InvalidParameterException: There were invalid parameters when trying to get user policies.</message>
YYYY-M-D 12:25:9,694 ERROR EpoPlugin [0xEE000005] Failed to deserialize type
Thus, making me end up again with a scenario that I cannot change the LDAP-connection, because it will not work if I do - but, if I don't the poll for user policies will never run correctly..
I think that error is not harmfull, there are other deficiences that make your EE inactive.
Please step through installation procedure and read recent posting on the same topic.
How about Policy Assignmet rule for EE User Based Policy. Have you counfigured it?
If no then check comments under "Unofficial quick start guide..." or appropriate chapter in EE product guide.