If you mean in a disaster recovery situation, and not through EPO policy, then it would be EETech on WinPE, and then EETech stand alone.
The WinPE version is much faster.
Frist, you boot of the wintech cd, authenticate, authorize and click remove eepc. if everything goes on well, disconnect the network cable and remove the software. Page 28 of the product guide explains how https://kc.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/ 23000/PD23743/en_US/ee_620_product_guide_en-us.pdf
Or do whatever Simon sais because he fraking made the product!
But, WinTech is for EEPC5 etc. The tool is now called EETech. Yes, same thing, different name, but we felt it important to separate out the two as they are not backwards/forwards compatible - EEPC6 uses a different pre boot environment than the much older EEPC5.
So - EEPC6 - EETech and EETech Standalone
EEPC5 - WinTech and SafeTech