How to install McAfee VirusScan on a Linux computer?
by Shery Williams
Published Fri, Nov 23rd 2018, 02:26 | Computers
When it comes to the complete PC protection, McAfee VirusScan is unarguably the most preferred choice of the computer users. It is quite easy to download and then activate McAfee VirusScan via mcafee.com/activate on your Windows PC. However, if you are a Linux user, then you must be looking out for the standard instructions to ensure the successful download of McAfee VirusScan Enterprise for Linux, which is dedicated security software for the Linux users.
Before you begin install McAfee activate for McAfee VirusScan make sure your device meets all the specified requirements. During the installation, the client and related management files are checked into the McAfee ePO server. Thereafter, a deployment task is automatically created to proceed further.
To deploy the McAfee Agent for Linux, you need to use an installation script, i.e., install.sh. This script is created by McAfee ePO when it checks into the McAfee ePO Master collection. Apart from this, McAfee Agent installation can also be accomplished from McAfee ePO on Ubuntu and Red Hat Enterprise client systems. After the successful installation, you can easily go for the installation of VirusScan software and then set update and scan time on your device.
Shery Williams has been writing technical articles, She loves to write on antivirus software, web browsers, operating systems like Windows, Mac and more. In all her articles, she tries to make her readers updated with the latest changes happening around the technology world.