Let me confirm and get back. Again, filing a support case maybe the fastest way to resolve this because it may be a policy application scerio too.
Have you got something???
You will find details about it in the product guide for MAC 6.1 FAQs section and MAC CLI guide.See recover and lockdown commands.
All the documents are publicly posted and you can look them up by simply searching for them on google.
NOTE: There are implications of recovering CLI for ePO managed nodes(covered in Product Guide). Do keep that in mind when you recover the node for troubleshooting.
But its written which i had already told you that polices cant be pushed when solidcore local CLI is in recover mode.
But i tried as mentioned earlier and it pushed....
I am confirming about that.
From page 134 of the 6.1.0 Solidcore (ePO) product Guide (FAQs):
To troubleshoot or debug issues, you might need to recover the local CLI access for an endpoint. Note that recovering the local CLI for an endpoint prevents the enforcement of policies from McAfee ePO to the endpoint. This implies that when the CLI is recovered for an endpoint, no existing or new policies (created on the McAfee ePO console) are applied to that endpoint.
I had already gone with what you are trying to say but in practical I faced something different mentioned already.
I have confirmed internally.
That is the only task that is allowed when CLI is recovered because it helps toggle the CLI lockdown status.