This is more a point product question than ePO tbh.
Moving to VirusScan group.
The way I do this in my environment is to password protect the VirusScan console. We've locked out the entire user interface so administrators can't tamper with products settings. You can, in your particular case, lock out just the OAS section and then nobody can edit it without having the console password (also set in the VS policy in EPO).
See page 21
Hi Rackroyd and Ssumichrast,
Thank you for your replies.
I tried to set password on the EPO Policy. I follow the product guide page 21. But it doesnt take effect.
Still user can Open access scanner.
What iam thinking now is to enable it manually
My question now is how to lock McAfee Virusscan User Interface
By script or any useful suggestion? i need to implement it for more than 400+ PC’s
for security reason that user will not be able to change the settings.
Kindly share if you have any suggestion or script on how to possibly do it.
Thank you so much!
The problem with using a script is the end user will be able to undo the settings themselves if they're an administrator. You should do this via ePO so that the policy is re-enforced by the MA at enforcement time to make sure your settings are not being tampered with.
Are you configuring password protection on the right tab (ie: on the server tab for servers, workstations for workstations)?
Thank you for the prompt response.
Yes iam on the right tab I dont know why my policy didnt take effect even i enforce the policy.
I want to implement this for all workstation, almost all of the user accounts in our environment has domain and local admin priveledge.
We are using EPO 5, kindly see below screenshot.
Do you have any suggestions on how to meet this requirements?
Kindly share thank you so much!
Hi Ssumichrast/ to everyone,
Do you have script to meet this requirement? kindly share it to me for me to be able to test.
Or do you have any recommendation on how to meet this requirement?
Thank you so much!