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Quick update on the logging website for the clients, I tried pressing show agent log from the epo website and it DOES show the website for the clients.
It seems that using http://pchostname:8081 doesn't work and http://ipadress:8081 does work.
The dns is correct, I can ping the hostname and I recieve the same ip. Anybody know how to resolve this dns problem?
Or I always need to view the agent logs by ussing the show agent log button using epo? Instead of just opening a browser and typing in the http://hostname:8081
I guess the agent is installed properly, it's just the auto update and the repository error which isn't working :(
Should I set global update to enabled for all packages? Does this update the clients?
Same problem for me (latest versions of epo and agent) : cannot access clients from http://hostname:8081
As a workaround, you can access the logs from "%allusersprofile%\Application Data\McAfee\Common Framework\DB"
To toubleshoot your problem, I would suggest to use the McAfee Agent Monitor :
x32 : "%ProgramFiles%\McAfee\Common Framework\CmdAgent.exe" /s
x64 : "%ProgramFiles(x86)%\McAfee\Common Framework\CmdAgent.exe" /s
I took a look to the problem and I found where it came from :
From the ePolicy Orchestrator Web Console:
1. Click the "Systems" menu
2. Click the "Policies" sub-menu
3. From the "Product" drop-down list, select "McAfee Agent"
4. Click on your policy ("My Default" by default) to edit it
5. Click the "Logging" tab
6. Tick "Enable remote access to log" checkbox
7. Click "Save" on the lower right corner
You just have to refresh the client agents for them to apply the modification, and it works!