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Jul 11, 2013 4:09 AM

Problems/Questions with VSE Policies in ePo

Hello,

 

sorry for my bad english, it is not my motherstongue .

 

We run a ePo 4.6.4 managed McAfee environment with Agent 4.8, EEPC 7.0.1, DLP 9.3 and VSE 8.8 being deployed.

 

Now I tried the following:

 

I have made a new test-group and I only changed the VSE policy which manages the VirusScan-Console to be password protected, since we plan to make it a global setting in our domain.

So I activated that policy just for that group.

 

I've put 2 testmachines into that group, one with Windows 8 Enterprise (x64) and one with Windows XP SP3 (x86). I deployed the full package to both machines, everything is fine.

But the VirusScan-Console was still unprotected. I am logged in with an admin-domain-account to both machines.

 

So I started to try around a bit. I tried the option "change the policy just for one system" for both machines. Now the Windows 8 machine has a locked interface, the XP machine still hasn't.

Also the Windows 8 machine show managed tasks in the console all of a sudden. All the other machines don't.

 

I don't understand what the problem is. Is there somethin I have missed?

 

My ePo interface is in german, so sorry if you may do not recognise the appropriate setting in your ePo.

 

Any suggestions? Any more infos needed? I would really appreciate some help here.

 

Thank you

 

csg

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