If I may know, why you really need this? Just curious.
Are planning install ePO many times?
I don't know about his use case, but that is true in my case. My group is installing a bunch of software on a bunch of systems and we set up a tool where the user can do all the configuration ahead of time, then click Install and walk away until everything is installed and configured.
did you do it via autoit?
or is it your development?
am going to install about 60 ePos one for each domain with out trust
There are command line switches you can set that are listed in the install log file. A basic command line is
setup.exe /quiet /l* C:\Logs\\McAfee_ePO.log
That'll write the log to C:\Logs if it exists. Some of the command line switches are required, but others depend on your specific configuration. I don't remember all of the required ones off the top of my head
Just a brief comment, before you go down the route of committing to 60 ePO servers i'd strongly recommend you download and take a look at the ePO 5.0 'Best Practices' guide.
I don't know the specifics of your network but it may not be necessary to take this approach after reading through that. In that case it could save a lot of potential heartche.
Document ID: PD24875 - ePolicy Orchestrator 5.0 Best Practices Guide
It is a part of the design.
I have multiple domains with no trust and no connactivity between them.
Having no trusts may not actually be a blocking consideration though.
For example agents only need http/https access to communicate once installed.
For port requirements see:
KB66797 - Ports needed by ePO 4.x and ePO 5.0 for communication through a firewall.
Ok, you may not be able to push agents agents directly without a trust, but there are several other ways to deploy agents.
I guess the main issue would be in the use of user-based policies and/or AD synch, neither of those would work but again these may not be blockers for you.
I agree that if these domains are truly completely unconnected (air-gapped) and need ePO management then you truly have no alternative.
how can i get my hends on that tool?