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How is your ePO server configured?
Do you have RSD sensors and deployment tasks set up to pick-up non compliant machines and then install VSE?
Do you normally have to manaully assign deployment tasks to install VSE and it's these tasks that aren't running?
Some more background info is required to fully answer your question because in a standard ePO setup just installing an agent isn't enough to install VSE as well.
im working as system admin. actually ePO is configured in one server. To force the McAfee Agent to communicate with the ePO server we immediately click Collect and Send Props button.
We have escalated this issue to antivirus team. i think this issue to related to the server not the package..
I don't think you quite understand.
If you install just the agent and do a 'Collect and Send Props' all this will do is register the new server in ePO, in the Lost&Found folder in the system tree, and the server will report that all it has is the agent installed.
To make sure you have VSE installed you have two options.
1. Manually install VSE on the server by downloading the install from the McAfee website and double clicking it. The 'Collect and Send Props' will now report to ePO that VSE is installed.
2. Apply a VSE deployment task to the client in ePO and send a wake up call to send the task to the server. This assumes that the agent policy applied to the server defines a repository that has the VSE package.
Once you have done step 1 or 2 then the server will have the 'Add & Remove programs' and services that you detailed in the screen grabs in your original post.
Just to make things a little clearer.
Framepkg.exe just installs the agent. The installer for VSE installs VSE (plus the anti spyware module as it looks like your using 8.7 not 8.8) and an unmanaged agent.
If you manaully install VSE and the run your Framepkg.exe the you should achieve your desired result.