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im not sure if this applied to 3.6 aswell as the 3.5 stated in the article but you could try this to recreate the task:
https://knowledge.mcafee.com/SupportSite/search.do?cmd=displayKC&docType=kc&exte rnalId=NAI33278&sliceId=SAL_Public&dialogID=25738958&stateId=1 0 25734885
Thanks Tony, maybe I should have said - we are using EPO 4.0
They have already knackered an epo 4.0 install??
I know its for german OS buts its still a vaild function to undertake in the english version
Thanks for the update - but that doesn't appear to have any affect.
I'm finding more and more things wrong - I cannot delete any repositories either - there is no "delete" option next to them. If I export them and try and re-import them into my VM, then I get presented with an empty list and asked to select which repositories I want to import!!
I have made the decision to reinstall the whole lot. I'd be much happier knowing that it's a fresh install rather than one that has been upgraded from MSDE to SQL, from ePO 3.6 to 4.0.
Thanks for your input into this - I'm learning a hell of a lot !
you are better off strting from scratch I agree
As far as I remember error -1207 is a database error. Do you use a MSDE as backend database ? Have you perhaps reached the 2 GB limit of the MSDE 2000 ? If you will be using MS SQL Express 2005 the limit will be 4 GB but you will have to watch out for these limits ...
We're actually using SQL 2K with SP4.
Update: I started building a new instance of ePO in a VM with the intention of typing everything in from scratch. Whilst doing this, I noticed that the McAfee Agent extension was missing.
I had a play around and the link that Tony sent earlier is correct - but the instructions are wrong. Basically I just added a new extension and selected the EPOAGENTMETA.ZIP from c:\prohram files\mcafee\ePolicy orchestrator\extensions
Suddenly, everything is working again - well sort of! I have no client tasks set up to install VirusScan but I can recreate those. My ePO Compliance Summary is showing 85% compliance (was showing 100% non-compliance before).
The only thing that appears to have happened is all my distributed repositories have "disappeared". They were all set up as SuperAgents so I've created a new policy to set them up again as per the ePO4 documentation and they are currently replicating.
Thanks for your help
if you're seeing this in the agent logs you're probably seeing something that indicates a failed to enforce policy issue as well.
I think the 1000 error typically occurs prior to when the agent has communicated to the ePO server and doesn't yet have it's policies. The 1207 error (again I think) indicates that the policy attempted to be enforced can't. What McAfee applications are you running on the client, and what CMA version are you running?