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backup the DB unistall 3.0.2 then install 3.6.1
Thanks No Time.
McAfee responded back with an email. Looks like the solution is very similiar to your but does not require an uninstall. They recommend deleting the ePO uninstall registry key. I will have to give it a try on Monday when I get back to the office.
Not sure if this is a crazy idea.
Maybe upgrading is not the best path for me. The database is currently 22GB. I've tried purging the events but eventually, it time out. I am thinking of install ePO 3.6.1 fresh with a new DB. I setup my directory into branches and they are sorted by subnets so it's not too hard to recreate. The couple of policies I created are easy to recreate also.
So, if I install a fresh ePO 3.6.1 with a new DB, will it be an issue if I push out the new agent to the existing nodes that already has CMA 3.1.2? Yeah I know, EOL was a long time ago. For now, I will be using the same server and SQL server.
Please help. Head office in Tokyo is pushing upper management here in North America is pushing me to upgrade this weekend. McAfee contact rep is useless in helping in this ordeal.
Forgot to mention that I have about 2700 nodes.