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I can easily do this in epo 4:
create a new copy of the macfee agent policy call it superagent policy
make sure its not applied to anything
tick the box to convert to superagents
apply policy to pc's you want to be superagent
wake em up
Thanks for the reply, thats a great help.
I do have a further question, however. When I create the policy and select to enable superagents, I try to specify the repository path as c:\epo_repository, but get an error
Invalid directory to use for the repository.
Fantastic, thanks for all your help grin
Strange, I just set up superagents at two of my remote sites. I used the default of "c:\repository" and it's working.
That's weird. I thought mine had worked OK until I went back in and the setting had been removed.
All sorted now though.
You're absolutely right. I just checked on mine and although I never received any replication error messages in ePO, it looks like nothing has replicated since the first (full) replication.
You have to specifiy a second subdirectory, ie c:\epo_repository\deployments to get rid of the error.
Yes thats what I said earlier happy