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Automatic VSE 8.8 Deployment

Posted on 2013-11-06
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Hi all,

It's hump day, so I'm feeling a bit lazy today...

Is there a way to automatically deploy both the agent and the AV as soon as one machine is added to the domain?
I'm sure that there's a policy in ePO to do this but I guess I keep overlooking it.

Thanks!
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Easiest way would be to deploy the McAfee agent via GPO. Once this is out then you can create an automatic deploy policy for VSE.

GPO Agent Deployment

https://kc.mcafee.com/corporate/index?page=content&id=KB67796
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ePO can do this under System Tree and Assigned Client Tasks (pick your AD OU), i have my daily update, agent deployment and product deployment tasks setup under there.

Agent deployment from ePO is also easy to do manually as well.
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