This is a business question so better to move it to one of the corporate forums which product do you use enterprise or EPO or another. Let me know and 1 of we mods will move it
Yes, we user ePO 5.3.1 and VSE
Thanks for moving to the right tree.
Moving to VSE forum cannot double post( ie post in epo) so hopefully we can get an answer there.
Still looking for an answer...
I can move it to the EPO forum you might get an answer there. Have you access to your firm's Mcafee support I thought all enterprise users has support via their grant number. As I said I am a consumer mod so have zero enterprise experience. I will though ping an enterprise mod if he is available
I have not had any experience with the Version 5 agent as of yet.
To help diagnose the errors you are seeing, are you able to run you mc.cmd script locally? I have seen some errors when the Windows UAC prevents some scripts from running under a least user privilege account, and the script needs elevating to execute.
You could also raise a support ticket withIntel/McAfee here. You need to log in on the right hand side of the screen, or create yourself a new account if you do not already have one using your Grant Number.
Let me know how you get one.
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Moved to ePO rather than VSE, since its an Agent repeated issues rather than VSE protection
If I start C:\mc.cmd locally, it works, as expected.
If I start it with psexec (as I did successfully with Agent 4.8), I get Error 508.
I've got it (Thanks Norbi):
psexec -h (If the target system is Vista or higher, has the process run with the account's elevated token, if available.) is not enough...
...with psexec -h -s (Run the remote process in the System account.) it works again, as with Agent 4.8 .