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"What does the number after the # stand for? Is this some kind of ID? Some kind of counting?"
I always thought it was the process or thread ID but could be wrong...
I'm leaving the LogLevel on 8 for my McAfee Agent so for me a little bit more displayed between two such GetTask entries in the agent log:
(see attached pic).
To me it shows that the task settings are one by one enforced with the same method, now a task usually has many settings, if you can see your under Documents and Settings\All Users\Application Data\McAfee\Common Framework\Task - > in any .INI file.
Whether all the settings are always enforced or not, I'm not sure. And if you have several tasks, the settings of them are all enforced making the entries of them in the agent log.
I think the number after the # is some kind of a process thread id pertaining to the process and all modules that it invokes. for example if you select the first occurrence of any line that the Agent has initiated, then for some time, mabye until the particular action reaches the end, this id remains the same no matter what module name is written after it. This perhaps signifies that those modules were invoked by the Agent module (or any module that started the thread.
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thanks the two of you. that was exactly the information i was looking for. I just didnt thought about increasing the Log-Level. With that additional Information it all makes more sense now.
After investigating a few logs now im pretty sure youre right about the # too. Its always a different number so it cant stand in any relation with the ePO-Server directly.
Anyways, thanks again for the great help. My main problem was the one with the GetTask-Line, this seems to b solved now.