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Unfortunately the only way I can think of achieving what you need is to use an AutoIT script to set the focus back.
You can make a script in AutoIT to set the window focus to whatever the correct window should be, and then compile that script to .exe
put it in netlogon or some other place every client workstation will have read access to.
Make a batch script which runs the mcafee agent installer silenty, then runs the window refocuser.
"\\AwesomeServer\AwesomeShare\FramePkg.exe" /INSTALL=AGENT /SILENT
Then run this batch script on your workstations using PSEXEC.
PSEXEC \\Workstation123 -d "\\AwesomeServer\AwesomeShare\InstallAgent.bat"
Anyway, there are heaps of variations of this idea you could use.
Let me know if you want to go through with this idea and I can help out a bit more..
You may also be able to set the focus using VBScript AppActivate method.
I haven't tried it, but if it would work it'd be cleaner than using AutoIT