I have MaAfee85 msi file, try to deploy to my users, but there is patch 5 after that need to deploy as well, but this is msp file call Patch5.msp.
how to combined msi and msp together.
I did like this
msiexec.exe /i vse850.msi TRANSFORMS=patch5.msp /qn

it failed on me, need help on this.

Thanks.

Lillian
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Answered 08/12/2008 by: AngelD
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Don't understand why you do this way, can you explain me more, do I create two package or just one?
Answered 08/12/2008 by: llian
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The "Creating the AIP" means it creates a copy of the MSI with external files.
"Patching" means you merge the MSP with the MSI.

The new MSI is now the same as the "original" MSI + the MSP and ready to be deployed.
Answered 08/12/2008 by: AngelD
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So in my case how do you do that? what is TARGETDIR?
do I create in two package or one package?
Answered 08/12/2008 by: llian
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Answered 08/12/2008 by: kiptek
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Hi Ilian

I wouldn't recommend using an AIP in this case but instead use the McAfee Installation Designer. This tool can be used to create a customized McAfee VirusScan Enterprise package (including the patch).
The MID can be downloaded here (using your GRANT-Nr).

Furthermore I'd recommend using ePolicy Orchestrator to manage and update all your clients (also available through the link above, depending on your license).

By the way, you can already download Patch 6.1 through the McAfee Service Portal.

Hope this helps.
Cheers.
Answered 08/12/2008 by: rpfenninger
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ORIGINAL: rpfenninger

I wouldn't recommend using an AIP in this case but instead use the McAfee Installation Designer. This tool can be used to create a customized McAfee VirusScan Enterprise package (including the patch).
The MID can be downloaded here (using your GRANT-Nr).

Furthermore I'd recommend using ePolicy Orchestrator to manage and update all your clients (also available through the link above, depending on your license).

By the way, you can already download Patch 6.1 through the McAfee Service Portal.


I agree 100%
Installation Designer 8.5 will do this. That is how we deployed 8.5.
Also ePO 4 is great, it will install, update, re-configure, etc.
Also, if you have your grant number, you can download a install of VirusScan with Patch 6 already integrated.
Answered 08/13/2008 by: JoeUser99
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I would like run epoagent, the file name is framepkg.exe, so I create an install.bat file as following, but not working,


\\altirisserver\nscap\Bin\Win32\X86\_City of Glendale Repackaging\McAfee EPO Agent Version 3.6\framepkg.exe /install=agent /forceinstall /silent INSTALLDIR=\"C:\Program Files\McAfee\Common Framework\"

Need help, thanks.

Lillian
Answered 08/14/2008 by: llian
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use system variables... eg:

framepkg.exe /INSTALL=AGENT /INSTDIR="%PROGRAMFILES%\McAfee\Common Framework\EPOAGENT3"


Maybe:

framepkg.exe /INSTALL=AGENT /INSTDIR="%SYSTEMDRIVE%\EPOAGENT3"
Answered 08/14/2008 by: kiptek
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INSTALLDIR=\"C:\Program Files\McAfee\Common Framework\"

plus u have a wayward backslash after the "=" sign...
Answered 08/14/2008 by: kiptek
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Here is what I did with silent mode, it works. thanks you

"FramePkg.exe" /install=agent /silent /INSTDIR="%PROGRAMFILES%\McAfee\"
Answered 08/15/2008 by: llian
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I need to detect if the email scan option is enable or not. I cannot identify the registry key/value. Any idea?
Answered 08/28/2008 by: Francoisracine
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open the options pane where u change this.
run procmon.
toggle it on and off & see what changes.
Answered 08/28/2008 by: kiptek
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I asked the Antivirus responsible and he was not able to find it. So I am looking for other knowledge.
Answered 08/29/2008 by: Francoisracine
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