3 Replies Latest reply on Mar 3, 2009 10:32 AM by jmaxwell

    which thing we put in the Repository?

      which thing we put in the Replication UNC path: (in the EPO)


      Thanks
      Zahid Haseeb
        • 1. RE: which thing we put in the Repository?
          jmaxwell


          ...the UNC path to the server and associated share that holds the replicated files

          e.g. \\servername\sharename-of-folder-to-hold-files

          NOTE: "sharename-of-folder-to-hold-files" must be the share name of the folder shared out bye "servername"

          Jim
          • 2. RE: which thing we put in the Repository?
            what are the replicated files?can i make EPO without replicated files?
            • 3. RE: which thing we put in the Repository?
              jmaxwell



              Have you read any of the documentation about how ePO and Repositories etc. work ?

              Client agents pull updates down from repositories - these repositories can be either the master repositories at McAfee via the internet - or a local; master repository on th ePO server that you pull a copy of the McAfee updates down to overnight. They can also be a Distributed repository that you use ePO to replicate it's master repository to using replication tasks - for example if you have multiple sites connected via a WAN you would normally configure a Distributed repository on a server that's local to each site and then replicate the master repository to these local distributed repositories to allow all the local client updates to be serviced from a local - LAN Connected server - as opposed to over the remote master - WAN Connected - ePO repository.

              Jim