Actually DLP is working fine.
From the ReadMe;
Compatible McAfee point productsThe following McAfee point product versions were tested for compatibility with McAfee Host Data Loss Prevention software version 9.1
- McAfee Agent 4.0 Patch 7
- McAfee Agent 4.5 Patch 2
- McAfee AntiSpyware Enterprise (MASE) 184.108.40.206
- McAfee Endpoint Encryption for Files and Folders 220.127.116.11, 18.104.22.168
- McAfee Endpoint Encryption for Personal Computers 6.0
- ePolicy Orchestrator 4.0 Patch 3
- ePolicy Orchestrator 4.5 Patch 3
- McAfee Host Intrusion Protection System (HIPS) 7.0.0 Client P8 (22.214.171.1249)
- McAfee Network Access Control (MNAC) 3.2 Patch 1 (126.96.36.1994)
- McAfee Policy Auditor 188.8.131.52
- McAfee RSD Sensor 184.108.40.2061
- McAfee SiteAdvisor Enterprise (SAE) 220.127.116.111
- McAfee SolidCore 18.104.22.16801
- McAfee VirusScan Enterprise 8.7 Patch 2 (22.214.171.1240 +Patch 2)
- McAfee Visual Technician (MVT) 126.96.36.199
I know there are issues between DLP and EERM. For example in our environment, DLP will not trigger any rules when copying data to an EERM encrypted USB device. I would recommend you open a SR with McAfee and get them working on a fix.
We are just using the device control element of DLP, at 1st we thought that was the problem but we got a trial license for DLP and still can not get it to allow/ recognise EERM protected devices. We're talking to our AC manager and they're looking at it but as of yet they can't get it to work the way we want it to either.
Thanks for the info, I'll post if we have any luck.
I've spoke with McAfee support, the ability to allow EERM devices will aparantly work once EEFF 4 is released and checked into ePO.
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Whatever you do: do NOT use McAfee Device Control with Endpoint Encryption for Files and Folders since that will store your data UNENCYPTED on the USB device!
McAfee knows about this [they've been demo'ed the effect].
Meant to update this post, according to McAfee even with the next version of EEFF and EERM, you will still need EEFF on the PC in order for device control to recognise and allow EERM protected devices, so the initial info I was given was incorrect.
I tried the beta and was able to copy files unencrypted onto EERM protected devices all right, it seemed limited to small files sizes but any file is unacceptable. I guess that's why it's called a beta though.
Next beta is due soon I beleive, hopefully that will be resolved.