The use of a reverse proxy between the ePO server and the client is not supported. If you need clients to be able to communicate with the ePO server when on an external network then you should put an agent handler in your DMZ. I've attached the agent handler whitepaper and on page 14 it outlines the port forwarding rules you will need to setup.
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Thank you for your reply!
However, your response about the reverse proxy setup not beeing supported surprises me; our company has a (by McAfee approved) Technical Design which describes the use of a reverse proxy setup in the DMZ - this way any possible problems with the McAfee product can not be exploited and the only system available to the big bad internet is a hardened reverse proxy system.
So my question remains....how can i get my reverse ISA 2006 proxy to facilitate traffic between McAfee agent handler and it's clients :-)
Thank you in advance for your time, effort and possible reply!