Have you checked that the vShield Driver are installed with the vmware tools? i had the same problem. In the standard installation of the vmware tools the vShield Driver aren't selected. Try to update the vmware tools on a VM you want so protect.
Good call on the updated VMware tools.
I did have them installed, but only selected the typical install, so the vshield component was not installed.
Now, the current issue remains with the SVA. The SVA was installed on a cluster. The SVA is still not identified as a Security VM in vShield Manager. I only see the Host ESX and the Windows 7 VM as protected. However, when I run an Eicar test on the Windows 7 VM, the file is deleted and EPO logs show that the SVA did its job. I have a call open with McAfee.
I’m beginning to think this issue is caused with the SVA install. When I deploy the SVA’s to the cluster, the install reports as successful, but none of my configurations specified in the .csv file, specific to the SVA (SVA host name, IP configuration) are applied to the SVA.
Has anyone deployed to a cluster? Have you run into this issue?
I've deployed two SVA s in a cluster with two hosts. I tryed it withe the script, but the script gave me some errors. So i tryed to deploy it manually and it works fine. Have you tryed to configure the SVA on the console ? If you login on the SVA you can start the configuration with sudo /opt/McAfee/move/bin/sva‑config the installation wizzard guides you through the configuration.