Managing the software with McAfee ePO and McAfee ePO Cloud Integrate and manage McAfee Endpoint Security for Mac using the McAfee ePO or McAfee ePO Cloud platform. The primary differences in managing policies in two environments are: McAfee ePO — Organizations maintain a McAfee ePO server in their premises. Administrators check in and install the software on the server, create policy settings, and enforce them on multiple managed systems using deployment tasks. McAfee ePO Cloud — McAfee or the service provider maintains the McAfee ePO server, including checking in and installing the software. After setting up the cloud account from McAfee or another service provider, local administrators create policies and enforce them on managed systems using deployment tasks. For instructions about setting up and using McAfee ePO and McAfee Agent, see the product guide for your version of the product. Using Endpoint Security extensions as common extensions Use the latest Endpoint Security extensions as common extensions to manage Threat Prevention policies and tasks on your Microsoft Windows, Macintosh, and Linux systems. Managing policies McAfee Endpoint Security for Mac policies provide options to configure features, feature administration, and to log details on managed systems. Common policyThe Common policy options can be used to configure protection settings for your managed systems. Self Protection The Self Protection option protects the security software files from threats. Configuring debug logging Administrators can enable or disable debug logging for the installed modules. Default Client Update The Default Client Update option allows administrators to enable or disable the update schedule on a managed Mac. Firewall policy Define firewall policies and rules and enforce them on a managed Mac to control incoming and outgoing network traffic. Adaptive Threat Protection policyQueries and reports Run predefined queries to generate reports, or modify queries to generate custom reports.