My understanding is that:
1. HDLP Agent is not supported on Server Operating Systems as of this day.
2. HDLP Agent does not scan mapped network drives.
Could you please share from where you received McAfee official confirmatin / information pertaining to D-at-R by HDLP for file servers?
Unfortunately, I can not disclose the source of my information, however, I do appreciate your answer.
Do you happen to know of any of the McAfee xDLP products perform D-at-R discovery?
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If there is an official McAfee document (e.g. datasheet, manual etc.) citing this support, then I do not see a problem in sharing that information.
Unless there is an official statement on support for File Servers by HDLP, I would not go with the rumors.
HDLP supports D-at-R for Local Drives. NDLP may be used to address your requirement (D-at-R for File Servers).
The network DLP "Discover" box is what you need - it has about a 60TB data visibility if I remember the current statistics.
It will go mine your stored data on servers, databases etc, index it out and give you forensic/search visibility etc.
The host product is exactly that - for hosts, it's not designed to index masses of data on servers (nore can it).
Thank you all for answering so quickly. It seems that I was under the wrong impression regarding HDLP's functionality.