there may be a kb on this but cant find it right now.....also check out https://kb.mcafee.com/resources/sites/MCAFEE/content/live/PRODUCT_DOCUMENTATION/ 24000/PD24875/en_US/ePO_500_best_practices_en-us.pdf on page 38. i think you do need some kind of "allow local log on" on the client priveledge. Why not just use a domain admin account and make your life easier?
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if your withen active directory you can use group policy to deploy agents if you do not want to use domain admin.
We were managing a child/remote domain. 'Allow local logon' on the ePO server fixed the issue. This is a change from previous versions of ePO.
in order to deploy agents you need the following
- Network protocols and ports required for machine name resolution
- ADMIN$ share
- File and Print sharing
- Server service
- Remote Registry service
And also the log on locally as you see on the KB also you can deploy it using log on scripts