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Syncing McAfee Endpoint Encryption MEE v.6 Red Background with Husky Picture- Windows 7

Syncing McAfee Endpoint Encryption ensures that your Windows password and McAfee Endpoint Encryption password are in sync. If you find that the password you enter for Windows and McAfee Endpoint Encryption are different then you should sync McAfee Endpoint Encryption so the passwords are the same.

Note: You can only sync McAfee Endpoint Encryption while on the UCHC campus.




  1. Bring your laptop to the UCHC campus

    Note: You will not be able to sync MEE
    unless you are on the UCHC campus
  2. Make sure your laptop is plugged
    into the UCHC network with an
    Ethernet cable (not connected
    wirelessly.
  3. Turn on your laptop, login to
    McAfee Endpoint Encryption

    and let it boot into Windows
  4. Press Ctrl + Alt + Del
  5. Click Log Off
  1. Log on to Windows

    Note: This will ensure that your laptop
    is using your latest password
  1. Right click McAfee Endpoint Encryption Red M icon in your system tray.
  1. Note: If you don't see the icon, it may be
    hidden. You can click on the "Show hidden icons"
    item in the notification area to show the
    McAfee Endpoint Encryption icon.
  1. Select Update Security
  1. After the Update is finished, click Close.
  1. Right click McAfee Endpoint Encryption Red M icon in your system tray.
  1. Select McAfee Agent Status Monitor
  1. Click on Collect and Send Props
  1. When you receive the response
    "Agent communication session closed"
    you can move on to the next step
  1. Click on Check New Policies
  1. When you receive the response
    "Agent communication session closed"
    you can move on to the next step
  1. Click on Enforce Policies
  1. When you receive the response
    "Agent finished enforcing policies. Next policy enforcement in 30 minutes"
    you can move on to the next step
  1. Restart your machine
  1. Login to McAfee Endpoint Encryption
    with your new password

  1. If you are able to login with your new password, you are all set. If you are not able to login with your new password, please repeat Steps 7-17 until you are able to login correctly.


N. Mainelli 09/12