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Suggest installing WCF on the SQL Server.
Setup an AD group for use with Web Access Authorized Group.
Add users who are allowed to apply DLP policies to ePO to this group. This has nothing to do with how you access ePO/DLP console.
DLP Agent CPU utilization is completely dependent on how you set it up to run.
Ensuring a good initial configuration and understanding how DLP works would be the key to a successful deployment.
Consider involving McAfee Professional Services.
Like other McAfee products, HDLP Agent has its own Tray Icon.
Depending on your McAfee Agent configuration, this icon may be part of the "M" icon or may stay separate.
Thanks very much for the advise. I have created a AD group and added all users into that group.
I will install the WCF on the ePO database server to make it easier and more managable.
Done all SQL database user section.
Created the folders needed (evidence and whitelist)
I will do the installation next week.
I will definitely look into the setup and configuration of the DLP agent.