3 Replies Latest reply on Dec 14, 2016 6:57 AM by Troja

    ePO Cloud and MAC

    blue_cirrus

      Hi all,

       

      We are trying to establish a way for a Custom Agent Install URL to be deployed to multiple remote MAC endpoints. There is no AD instead an OD setup. We are aware of an install.sh script but this seems to only apply to an ePO on-premise setup.

       

      Does anyone have an idea as to a preferred method for mass-deploying the Agent etc to ePO Cloud endpoints outside of an AD setup?

        • 1. Re: ePO Cloud and MAC
          Troja

          Hi,

          seems to be now answer yet. Mcafee Agent is a standard Windows Installer Package. So any approach to deploy a software package remoteley is possible.

          Finally, you have to authenticate at a remote system to deploy the agent. Without authentication -> no deployment.

           

          How about the user rights on the endpoint?

           

          Cheers

          • 2. Re: ePO Cloud and MAC
            bretzeli

            Hello,

             

            I wonder why anybody at anytime would put such a sensitive part into a CLOUD. No matter where it is or who runs it....

             

            * What happens in an Outbreak Case if WAN is down? What about a comined DDOS attack on that structure like we had with Telekomm? Don't say WAN can goe down these days?

            * What happens when Mcafee does Maintenance like 6 hours December 17 (Reporting is down > Everybody knows it and best attack time then....Everybody can get SNS alerts)

            * This Posting show another problems Local Credentials, LDAP, META. On Redmonmag we just read the there is the 16 options and news for opening credentials between LOCAL clients and Azure (All the thought they never need and WHICH makes all complicated like it was ON premise).

             

            Intel Security SNS Notice: ePO Cloud Scheduled Maintenance 12/17/2016

            SNS Emails ID:   SNS543
            Last Modified:  12/9/2016


             

            Body

                            McAfee ePO Cloud will undergo scheduled maintenance on Saturday, December 17th, 2016 from 2:00 AM UTC to 8:00 AM UTC.

             

            During this time, your managed systems remain protected and continue to receive updates, but logging on to McAfee ePO Cloud will be disabled to ensure a smooth upgrade.

             

            {SNS.EN_US}

             

            Original Send Date

                            December 9, 2016

             

            • 3. Re: ePO Cloud and MAC
              Troja

              Hi bretzeli,

              we know about that. Finally, using cloud services is a decision for any company.

              So let us see this thread from a technical perspective.

              Cheers