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Updated November 4, 2014 12:00 am
You can use this script to reapply System Tree sorting rules to any systems found in the Lost&Found System Tree group.
A persistent query is accessible using the Queries and Reports page in the ePolicy Orchestrator user interface.
Ad-hoc queries are performed entirely remotely and do not rely on a query stored in an ePolicy Orchestrator database.
You can use a few commands when executing remote queries.
Queries involving joined tables can return results in a hierarchy.
You can use remote query commands to get information about registered databases and tables. This information is needed to create ad-hoc queries.
Updated October 30, 2014 12:00 am
You can take a tag name for input and send a McAfee Agent wake-up call to all systems having that tag with this example script.
Creating some example Python scripts can show you the various ways scripting can help keep your McAfee ePO servers maintained and up-to-date.
Updated March 13, 2013 12:00 am
McAfee ePolicy Orchestrator provides a web application programming interface (API) that allows you to script and automate common management activities. For example, you can automate user and System Tree maintenance and data import and export.
Updated October 29, 2014 12:00 am
Import the McAfee Python client library into any script you create to communicate with your McAfee ePO server.