Yes, it can be done although McAfee will not officially support it....We've managed to do that many times in the past...
In very high level you need to do the following
- Install EEPC or MDE on the master system, but set the policy to uncheck the “enforce policy” so EEPC or MDE will not activate.
- Copy the "Program Files" directory from the EETech WinPE disk to the master system.
- Connect the slave drive to the system and launch EETech from the "Program Files" directory you've copied to the master.
- You'll need to authenticate to the EETech using XML (password or other tokens will not work) and use the code of the day as usual.
- Once the above is completed, you should be able to access the content on the slaved drive.
Good luck !
Excellent!! i'll give this a try this afternoon..
Thanks for the assist!