When I install Mc Afee Endpoint Security for Mac 10.2.1 via the Mc Afee Agent 184.108.40.2063 onto a brand new, freshly imaged Mac running mac OS Sierra 10.12.2, it installs and communicates with the e PO server just fine.
HOWEVER, if I take a Mac running El Capitan 10.11.6 that already has Mc Afee Endpoint Security for Mac 10.2.1 and the Mc Afee Agent 220.127.116.113 installed and functioning properly and then upgrade that Mac to Sierra via Self Service, Mc Afee loses all Update repository info that was previously there.
The weird part is that 2 other Macs that were upgraded directly via the Mac App Store still retained all their Mc Afee settings and are still working fine.
I built the Self Service policy by downloading the Sierra installer via Mac App Store, copied it into Casper Admin.
obviously the still wanted the latest updates but they wanted the updates to be silent.
Note: EPO agent should only be installed on networked "on campus" computers and should not be installed on home computers.Using proven protection methods, it stops all types of viruses and malicious code, including spyware, adware, Trojans, and new, unknown threats.Virus Scan for Mac delivers: Centralized, simplified security management — With the Mc Afee e Policy Orchestrator (e PO) platform, you can efficiently deploy and manage your Mac, Windows, and Linux clients on your network, giving you better security visibility across your entire infrastructure.In previous years, users who have installed the campus Mc Afee Virus Scan Enterprise Client had a choice of being managed or unmanaged.If you chose the managed option, your client would receive the necssary updates from our servers to keep your computer protected from malware.