This is a client task in your epolicy console, in the epolicy orchestrator console you can edit or delete client tasks
Thank you for response,.
In my console I am not able to found the delete on disable option for monthly scans.
Find the McAfee Agent's "Task" folder.
Therein are .ini files for each task that is scheduled to run on your system.
Delete the tasks that have whole numbers as filenames (avoid deleting the tasks that have GUIDs as filenames). Numbered tasks are from ePO, GUID tasks are local.
The Agent will put back any tasks that the ePO admin has set for you. If you delete the local tasks, they won't come back unless you reschedule them.
If the "unwanted" task shows up again, then revisit Nielsb's instruction - because perhaps you were not looking in the ePO console, or not looking in the right place.
WWaren thank you for your resposne.
I have already tried the suggested solution.
I want to remove EPo task which like first and last sunday schedule.
Please suggest how to remove Epo tasks.
Will look for your resposne.
You'll ought to call Support.
Nielsb's and my instructions advise of the only 2 methods edit tasks, one being to use the UI the other being to hack the client into compliance (which would only be termporary if the change needs to be made at the ePO server).
I do not have the Grant Number which we need to share with Support Team.
So, I have to look for solution by myself.
What verison of ePO are you running in your enterprise? Instructions might be a little different
Log into your ePO Management Console (http://servername:8443)
Find the branch that your systems w/ the task
Click on the Assigned Client Tasks
Find the scans and edit the assignment
If you want to eliminate them entirely, go to Menu -> Policy -> Client Task Catalog
on 1/24/13 9:39:18 AM CST