I'm upgrading from ePO 4.0 to 4.5. What McAfee calls "McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator 4.5.0 Server" service is really Apache, AFAICT.
If I stop the WWW Publishing Service (thereby taking Outlook Web Access offline), I can start the ePO service and my VirusScan clients will communicate with the server (McAfee functions normally). But it is not acceptable for my users not to be able to access OWA. So, I stop the ePO services, reset IIS, and OWA works again, but no ePO.
I would imagine that if I could change the ports that ePO uses to communicate with the agents, I could run both IIS and ePO on the same server without conflict. But this is not easily configurable, and McAfee support has been less forthcoming than I would like.
Anyone know how to make ePO and IIS play nicely together?