This might not be EXACTLY what you were looking after, still I think Deep Command can offer a good solution here, assuming your systems are equipped with Intel vPro.
Take a look at this article - https://community.mcafee.com/community/business/data/epoenc/blog/2012/12/19/how -to-use-ee-tech-remotely
If you use WinPE you can start up the network and do whatever you want.
Are you talking though about EETech Standalone, or EETech WinPE?
And yes, I used to run SafeTech off PXE all the time, I don't see why EETech would not work the same way, but McAfee don't work with PXE or the network boot tech so they have no expertese to support it etc - if you understand those systems, EETech PE's just another Windows application, and EETech Standalone is just a bootable image...
That's interesting, but there is no way to get the recovery xml file to the machine with that method.
Is there some way to do this or else a PXE boot and use the network to transfer the xml file to the PC if needed?
if you PXE boot, you'd need to boot a PXE image which has network drivers as well, so I guess no - that would not be possible with EETech unless someone plugged in some removable media with the XML file on. But it should in theory be possible to create a PXE image with the XML file on it. i just don't know how. If you boot a PXE version of EETech, does the a: drive exist? Anything on it?
I need the EETech ISO image. Please help me.
I´ve several problems during the WinPE process.
Instead of commenting on numerous old threads, please start your own describing exactly what your challenge is.