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I believe the answer to your question 2 is: yes. It is is a new version of ePO and I believe that all agent handlers (ePO server is considered an AH as well) need to be at the same version number.
I have not experienced the error you posted, so I cannot help there. Good luck
Thanks Sk1dMARK - useful information on needing to upgrade the Agent Handlers as well.
I take it the software used is the same 'setup.exe' from the epo 4.5 patch 3 download and I assume it recognises the box as an Agent Handler and upgrades as appropriate?
To update on the current situation, we eventually had to restore the snapshot on the server and roll the database back to their latest backups to recover from this in the end.
Before the roll back, I captured the setup logs in a debug mode using the command "setup.exe debugoutput=3" which should have generated the files requored for McAfee to diagnose the this issue "post-mortem" as it were in the case I have open with them at the moment.
In the patch 3 install set is a folder called Agent Handler - this folder contains the self-contained AH install set, so all you need to do is copy the folder to the AH and run the setup.exe.
So there is!
Many thanks Joe - very useful information!