Its use is triggered by Global Updating being enabled on the e Policy Orchestrator (e PO) server, and it provides a bandwidth efficient method of sending agent wakeup calls.If you operate in a Windows environment and plan to use agent wake-up calls to initiate Agent-server communication, consider converting an agent on each network broadcast segment into a Super Agent.The Mc Afee Default policy is configured with settings recommended by Mc Afee to protect many environments and ensure that all computers can access important websites and applications until you have a chance to create a customized policy.You cannot rename or modify the Mc Afee Default policy.5 Users log onto the e Policy Orchestrator console to perform security management tasks, such as running queries to report on security status or working with your managed software security policies.6 The Mc Afee update server hosts the latest security content, so your e Policy Orchestrator can pull the content at scheduled intervals.
Instead of sending agent wake-up calls from the server to every agent, the server sends the Super Agent wake-up call to Super Agents in the selected System Tree segment.
When you add computers to your account, the Mc Afee Default policy is assigned to them.
When you delete a policy that is assigned to one or more groups, the Mc Afee Default policy is assigned to those groups automatically.
e Policy Orchestrator software is designed to be extremely flexible.
It can be set up in many different ways, to meet your unique needs.