can u checked cancel and reinstalling
check it and let me know if u r facing an issue
there is some product compatibility issue i gusse
When the install fails, I try several times. Sometimes it works, but in the most often time it fails.
I give up. Is there a way to get VSE 8.8.1445 ? The patch 6 I still have in the previous branch.
There has to be an entry in the logs - if deploying through EPO, check windows\temp\mcafee logs
If your doing it on the machine with your own name, then check in your appdata\local\temp\mcafee logs
Usually VSEInstXXXX or similar.
I've just corrected a similar issue by downloading the software and manually installing (hope this will work via ePO as I have 400+ installs otherwise).
N.B. just running tests of Patch 7 at the moment.
I will check these logs more carefully and try to find something useful.
Sometimes installing manually works, but not all the time. I have 500+ machines in my environment.
At this moment I installed VSE 8.8.1445 and patch 6. Worked like a charm. Installation occured fast with no issues.
my guess can u check uninstall in client machine and try to deploy the package using eposerver it will work.
because the product updation does not work for patch 7
Couple of thoughts on this:
1. What version of the McAfee Agent are you using?
I have simulated installation and patch (upgrade) using McAfee Agent 22.214.171.1243 and have not been able to reproduce your issue. If using an older McAfee Agent, have you considered upgrading the Agent version to 126.96.36.1993 and see if the installation is successful?
2. Are you using the Patch file in the master repository rather than the Install file?
If you are looking to upgrade systems running Patch 6 to Patch 7 you will need to make sure the VSE Patch 7 package is installed the suitable branch and that a product update client task is configured to update the VirusScan product from that branch (McAfee Agent > General Policy).
3. Are you able to provide the VSEInst and vscore_inst log files from the C:\Windows\Temp\McAfeeLogs directory?
These log files should help identify the cause of the failed installation.