To give context, this is the procedure I planned on using to remove GUID. I am not sure if the agent will regenerate an ASSC key pair when the Framework Service restarts, or if I need to remove additional registry entries as well.
Resolve the issue
On each affected client, delete the AgentGUID registry key and restart the McAfee Framework Service.
- Click Start, Run, type regedit and click OK.
- Navigate to the following registry key:
[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Network Associates\ePolicy Orchestrator\Agent\]
- Right-click the AgentGUID and select Delete.
- Click Registry, Exit.
- Click Start, Run, type services.msc and click OK.
- Right-click McAfee Framework Service and select Restart.
Yes, this will cause the agent to generate a new keypair. When it communicates with the server you'll see an entry in the agent log where the server requests the agent's new public key, as it's treating the machine as though it were connecting for the first time.
Exactly what I was hoping for- thanks Joe!!!!!!!!!!!