Epo not updating

Posted by / 24-Jan-2021 00:30

I then open up the Mc Afee Agent Status Monitor Console and select "Collect and Send Props", "Send Events", "Check New Policies" and "Enforce Policies" to ensure that the agent is able to communicate with the e PO server without throwing out any error messages. When I log back into e PO and check the computer name in System Tree, the computer still shows an outdated version of that product number (HIPS, for example).

I have tried to tag these systems with Uninstall/Reinstalls to fix the issue, and it worked on two machines, but there is still at least 20 machines that are not registering properly!

It's not a duplicate GUID problem as they are appearing in the e PO console.

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If you have more then 3 to 5 machines being affected by this issue, I would recommend doing this in very small batches, as it can affect network performance significantly.