Since you only have two sensors, I recommend you uninstall them and deploy new ones. Also, double check the RSD policy. Make sure it wasn't affected by the update.
Forgot to mention that i had alrqaddy done that, i did have about 20 sensors and ended up uninstalling all of them. I then resinstalled on these 2 sensors via EPO and with no luck. RSD policy also looks fine, although i have 2 policies,
- "McAfee Default" read only applied to "global root" and
- "my default" applied to "my organization"
The "my Default" policy is the one getting applied to all your sensors so make sure the configuration looks ok for your company.
I remember seeing some IPv6 traffic the first time. I deleted them and they haven't popped back ever since. Why the "garbage" data beats me. So if you are sure your company is not using IPV6, delete them too. If there is something in the network using it, they will be redetected.
After speaking to Mcafee Support, they advised that this issue can be corrected by deleting the subnet from the db - dbo.RSDSubnetProperties, the cause (currently) remains unknown.
After deleting the 0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000.0000 subnet my RSD is now functioning correctly.
Can you please post the command that you used to delete the subnet from the databaese
I Have same problem afte upgrade ePO Patch 3 and 4.
This solution to delete ipv6 subnet from ePO Database can resolve this issue?
If yes post the command to perform this.
Hi, Yes deleting the subnet entry from the database did help resolve my issue.
Database entry is deleted from whatever database you are using, i was using sql2005 full, however i am no databse admin, so i ended up getting our sql admin to delete the subnet entry. If he is around i will ask him for the command, however if you are unsure on how to remove entries from a database i would suggest talking to your database admin, probably safer.
I have a similar situation regarding RSD in ePO 4.5. My RSD had worked very fine until one day, it just spinned and finally reported 0 Covered, 0 Contain Rogues, 0 Uncovered. All are not true because I have 114 covered subnets and many subnets with Rogues.
I opened a ticket with McAfee and McAfee asked me to produce an Output of RSDSubnetProperties table. I found dbo.RSDSubnetProperties table. But, I do not know what an output of RSDSubnetProperties table looks like.
I appreciate every help you could provide.
I have the same issue, deleting the entry in the SQL DB does not resolve. i.e. the problem comes back almost immediately.
Could some setting in the RSD sensor settings/policy maybe contribute?