1. I am using the manual "McAfee Host Data Loss Prevention 9.0 Installation Guide for ePolicy Orchestrator 4.5"
2. I am installing HDLP 9.0 on an existing ePO 4.5 server, that I did not originally install. Note that the process seemed to work without a hitch in the test lab, but here in production, everything is going into the handbasket.
3. My problem comes into effect when I do the WCF installation. As my ePO and database on all on one Windows2K3 server, I am installing the WCF locally (Option 1).
4. My repository is a SQL Server 2005, and I have installed SQL Server Management Studio Express 9.0.4035
5. Following the instructions "Adding a user in SQL Server", I name the user (epohdlp).
Default Database: ePO4_SERVER
Server Role: public
User Mapping: Under "Users mapped to this login" I select the ePO4_SERVER, and verify that the User [DOMAIN\epohdlp] is listed under User.
Note: if I go back and look, the ePO4_SERVER sleect box is NOT checked, and there is nothing listed under User
6. When I follow the instructions to modify the Database User, under Securables, I select the ePO4_SERVER database, but when I select Effective Permissions, I see 61 different permissions. When I click OK, everything looks as it should. When I hit OK again, and then re-select the Database User [DOMAIN\epohdlp,] there is nothing listed under Securables.
7. At this point, following the instructions, I run the DLP WCF Installer. I do not change the WCF Server Port, and I add the [DOMAIN\Security] OU from Active Directory as the WAAG.
8. I select Windows Authentication, and select Finish to complete the installation.
9. When I open the browser to Troubleshoot the DLP WCF service (http://localhost:8731/DLPWCF/Admin/Testing), every test fails.
Since I am not really familiar with Windows troubleshooting, and even less familiar with SQL Server troubleshooting, any ideas?
Message was edited by: Jonathan Hawes to correct spelling on 1/26/11 8:52:07 AM CST