1. Make DLP Policy (into epo go to Menu-Data Protection-DLP Policy).
2. You can do User Groups into DLP Policy and choose this groups into Protection Rule in the last step everybody rule
3. or you can make you Computers Assignment Group into Menu-Policy-Policy Catalog:
Chooce Product : Data Loss Prevention... and Duplicate "McAfee Default Computers Assignment Group".
Go to System Tree Assigned Policies Tab product Data Loss Prevention - Computers Assignment Group end in Actions click Edit Assignment.
Chose You Computers Assignment Group - in the Assigned Policies Tab in Policy Computers Assignment Group will be changed.
Click to the name of you Computers Assignment Group and check Logged in User or/and Local User. Save.
4. And update you policy.
Thanks for the quick response! Unfortunately I still cannot get it to work.
I have created a brand new policy and have applied it to everybody (I have also tried applying it just to myself) - still this is not being picked up.
I then duplicated the Default Computer Assignment Group, edited the Assignment and selected both Logged In and Local Users. This has been saved and policies have been reapplied - still not passing on.
To update the policy on my local machine, I'm just going to the Agent Monitor and selecting "Check New Policies". I've also reinstalled the DLP agent and updated the Management Tools in ePO.
It's likely something very simple I'm missing but I cannot see what I'm doing wrong.
You assigned the policy to some user (local user or from Active Directory) ?
I have assigned it to myself and then in another test, to our all user group - both through Active Directory.
See in DLP Policy | Agent Configuration | Miscellaneus, if all modules is Enable.
All modules are ticked and enabled in the Agent Configuration.
You have to download McAfee Agent DLPe DiagTool, and take a snapshot.
Do you have any other point product installed on the client ?
Is it happening only for DLP ?
Can you check with below KB ?
The best way to troubleshoot policy enforcement issues is with the DLP Diag Tool. This will show you what modules are enabled and what policies are being applied.
Note: ePO 5.0.0 has gone End of Life. I highly recommend upgrading ePO to a supported version.