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The correct way is to delete the task through the ePO console rather than directly from Sql.
Is there a reason why that's not possible other than it may take a long time to complete ?
Removing data from the DB directly via T-Sql should only really be done under instruction from McAfee support.
Yeah.. one of the ePO admins made a query to look for systems that didn't have a sensor. Then he made a task to deploy to those systems... yeah.. so I am glad the task terminated on its own. So now I have like over 3k clients that have the task manually assigned. Now there was another query made to look for systems with a sensor installed and the uninstall task was applied.
I really don't wanna go through and undo all those tasks from the console. I'll put in a ticket with Platinum if this is the case. Thanks for your response, it was helpful.
I'm sure the Platinum team will be able to sort you out.
Namster, do delet rogue sensor deployment tasks.
DELETE FROM EPOTask
AND TaskType = 'SensorDeployment'