you would just need to go to your Software-Manager inside your ePO-console.
Search for Rogue top left and select Version 5.0 on the right.
Download RSD 5.0.2 and run the setup on the machine you want the sensor to be.
From the same menu install the extension for your ePO.
Afterwards you should see your new sensor under the "detected systems" menu.
Hope that helps.
Windows DHCP servers are a good choice. You can use RSD on other servers with high traffic. This way you will be able to detect more devices on your network.
My EPO server is air gapped, No Internet access. Can I download my product catalog, and install RSD manually?
Yes you can. Using your grant number, download the RSD 5 and extension. Then check it in on your ePO Master Repository. You can now target your DNS, DHCP, or systems on multicast subnets and deploy RSD. Be sure to review settings, policies for RSD. I would highly recommend that you review the product guide below. Link provided. Thanks.
You can automate, classify network devices and decide if you want to deploy McAfee agents on network machines.
I'm new in RSD. I have gone through Product guide. I'm still not clear with the policy & all I see a single policy in RSD (excluding McAfee default).
my questions is I have deployed this to one of our DHCP, do I need to make any changes to below Interfaces policy settings or leave it blank?
"Listen only on interfaces with IP addresses in these networks"
As i suppose you only downloaded the latest 5.x version of RSD you can ignore this tab as it is only relevant for 4.x sensors as stated in the description at the very top.
So you can leave everything as it is on this tab.
do you know why managed systems are being detected as rouge? I thought it was fixed in 5.0.3, whihc is the latest update from McAfee.
This happens here sometimes, too.
I would guess it depends on the settings you made under "Server Settings" --> "Detected System Compliance".
There you get the info when a system is marked as rogue.