no one reply back symantec community are better then Mcafee atleast they help
You did post on a Saturday and seeing as this is the business section of the forum, everyone is not working and at home for the weekend (or at least i was, there might be a few die hards that visit over the weekend )
Anyway to answer your question. Use your new grant number to download the install packages for all the products you're entitled to and check them into ePO.
http://www.mcafee.com/us/downloads/downloads.aspx and enter your grant number on the right
Page 178 of the manual above goes through how to manually check packages into ePO. Don't forget to also check in the management and reporting extensions as well.
thanks i will look in to this and will reply back if i face issue
I HAVE SEEN THAT DOCOUMENT,WHAT WILL YOU SUGGEST ME BEFORE DOING THIS WHICH FILES ARE NECCARY TO BACKUP SO THAT IF SOME THING GOES WRONG I CAN RECOVER
You don't need to backup up anything when checking in a package it is really straight forward.
If you are really that worried about the process load the packages into your evaulation branch of the master repository and then move it to current when your happy.
If you have the oppurtunity an upgrade of ePO to 4.6 might be of interest to you as it has a new 'Software Manager' section that simplifies the process of downloading and checking in of packages and extensions.