Deploying McAfee products to computer with McAfee ePO

Introduction
McAfee ePolicy orchestrator is a management software to centrally manage all mcafee products. You can use mcafee epo server to deploy virus scan software, upgrade the software and patch the software, you can also use mcafee epo server for virus definition update server, mcafee ips products can also be centrally managed from epo server. You can create policy and push down to the mcafee products, unfortunately this is not a vendor neutral SIEM it would be great if mcafee epo can also support non-mcafee security products.

Check in the package

Click on Menu and select Software then select Master Repository.

Click on Menu and select Software then select Master Repository.

At the bottom left there is a button known as Action, click on it and choose Check In Package. In this master repository there are some pre-checked in packages.

At the bottom left there is a button known as Action, click on it and choose Check In Package. In this master repository there are some pre-checked in packages.

Choose the product you want to check in here.

Choose the product you want to check in here.

Deploy product
You can drag and drop the widget onto your shortcut.

Click on Menu > Systems > System Tree

Click on Menu > Systems > System Tree

Select Client Task, then click on New Task.

Select Client Task, then click on New Task.

Choose Product Deployment at the Type drop down box.

Choose Product Deployment at the Type drop down box.

From the Products and Components drop down box select the mcafee product which you want to deploy.

From the Products and Components drop down box select the mcafee product which you want to deploy.

Select the appropriate schedule type then click next and you are done.

Select the appropriate schedule type then click next and you are done.

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