Here are a few simple examples for using the PSCP command line utility for moving files between Windows and *nix over SSH. I realize it is much more capable but these are really the only reasons I use it.
Copy from *nix:
pscp.exe -2 -scp firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/username/*.* c:\Temp\
Copy to *nix:
pscp.exe -2 -scp c:\Temp\*.* email@example.com:/home/username/
List files and directories on *nix:
pscp.exe -2 -scp -ls firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/username/
If you are familiar with FTP, you can use the PSFTP.EXE tool to do the same thing as in the below example:
psftp.exe -2 -l username server.domain.loc
Once authenticated use the mget command to copy files to the local Windows computer.
Thursday, October 22, 2009
- Uninstall Agent (this step may be unnecessary since using /FORCEINSTALL to install a new agent removes the current agent but it doesn't hurt and may prevent install failures.)
- Use the /REMOVE command-line option to uninstall the agent.
- Click Start and the Run.
- Click Browse and navigate to the following file: "C:\Program Files\Network Associates\Common Framework\FrmInst.exe"
- Append /REMOVE=AGENT to the end of the file path in the "Open:" box and click OK.
- The McAfee Agent and Updater Installation window may appear. Click OK upon completion.
- Install New Agent: FramePkg.exe /FORCEINSTALL /INSTALL=AGENT /INSTDIR="%ProgramFiles%\McAfee\Common Framework"
- Test Connectivity: "%ProgramFiles%\MCAFEE\COMMON FRAMEWORK\CMDAGENT.EXE" /C /E /P /S
- Try to manually update from new ePO server