We have our techs put the Framepkg.exe onto a CD along with a batch file that they run to install. Below are the contents of the batch file that we use to install the EPO agent manually.
@echo on framepkg /forceinstall /install=agent netsh firewall set allowedprogram program = "%ProgramFiles%\Network Associates\Common Framework\FrameworkService.exe" name = "McAfee Framework Service" mode = ENABLE scope = CUSTOM addresses = (Use your servers IP Address)/32 "%ProgramFiles%\Network Associates\Common Framework\cmdagent.exe" /p
The EPO Agent will install an exception through the XP SP2 firewall. The only problem is that it allows everyone on the internet to access the framework service. We prefer to change that by running the netsh command and only allow the EPO server access to the McAfee Framework service. This is a lot safer option to use.
The last command called cmdagent /p, tells the EPO agent to communicte to the server immediately. This makes the EPO agent appear a lot faster on the client system.
Microsoft Windows 2003 Standard SP2 EPO server 4.6.7 (build 278) EPO server 4.6.7 (build 278) - test server EPO Agent 184.108.40.2060 (Patch 2) McAfee VirusScan 8.7i with Patch 5 about 8 systems McAfee VirusScan 8.8i with Patch 2 & 3 - 2200 systems
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