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Yep, the same problem has just happened on my system. I decided to tell the EPO 3.6.1 test server to upgrade my VSE 8.5i to VSE 8.7i. On a reboot, both the OAS, Access Protection rules and buffer overflow protection are disabled.
I decided to make my system be a test guinea pig for this new version. When I try to start the mschield service it gives an "error 1053 the service did not respond to start or control request in a timely fashion".
Decided to remove both the EPO Agent & VSE 8.7i from add/remove. Finally removed all references to McAfee/Network Associates in the registry. After a reboot, I then installed the EPO agent and told the server to just install 8.7i. This time it worked after doing a reboot.
I have installed VSE 8.7i on two other test systems and have not seen the disabled services. When, I get the time, I will try it on my laptop and then make a support call to McAfee if it fails there.
Update: Just installed on the same way, by doing an upgrade from 8.5i. It has no problem from a reboot with 8.7i
Both systems had VSE 8.5i with Patch 6.1.