Moved to ePO for better handling.
Can you look in the C:\Windows\Temp\McAfeeLogs directory on one of the agents and see if there was a log created for your task?
Does that give any further indication of error?
Also, just curious - why not just deploy the .bat via GPO instead of EDDK?
Thanks for reply
I have not access to computer over weekend, for look the logs. The monday inspect it.
The reason because i don't use it, Gpo installer load when startup or logon users. This computer groups can't switch off over weeks
I don´t find any log about the task, into 'c:\windows\temp\mcafee logs' but i look de Mcafee Agent logs and find this message.
I #3508 UpdEvents Generating update event:EventId=2411:Severity=3:ProductId=PRWIFIXP1000:Locale=0000:UpdateType=Install:UpdateError=0:NewVersion=220.127.116.11:DateTime= I #3508 UpdEvents EpoEventInf Interface: Event element created.
I think that message would notify to ePo successful finished the task.
Attach client logs
I really wouldn't have any other suggestions without being able to look at your machines from an EDDK ePO standpoint. Sorry..
Only thing I would advocate for is using GPO or if your using a patching tool like SCCM to deploy the .bat. By the way, by default, computer Group Policy is updated in the background every 90 minutes, with a random offset of 0 to 30 minutes, and you could always force the machines via PSEXEC or something to do a gpupdate /force.. we use SCCM and GPO to push custom .bat's like this all the time.