Last Modified: 2/28/2014
Mac OS X
For details of EEMac supported environments, see KB68921.
Date: March 31, 2013
McAfee announces End of Sale (EOS) and End of Life for all Endpoint Encryption for Mac (EEMac) 6.2.x and 1.1.x versions.
End of Sale and End Of Life
- On March 31, 2013, EEMac 6.2.x and 1.1.x will reach the EOS stage. As of this date this product will not be available for purchase.
- On March 31, 2014, EEMac 6.2.x and 1.1.x will reach the EOL stage. As of this date McAfee will no longer provide technical support for these versions.
IMPORTANT: Customers should plan to migrate to the new McAfee Native Encryption (MNE) 1.0 product as soon as possible.
MNE 1.0 is the first version of a new encryption product that gives you the ability to report and manage the Mac OS X FileVault feature directly from ePolicy Orchestrator (ePO). Administrators can manage FileVault by turning on FileVault, assisting in system recovery, protecting systems by applying password settings, and more. Administrators can also receive reports from the Mac client systems with details such as FileVault status, encryption status of Mac systems, product events, recovery keys, and list of users for a system.
For EOL policy details, see the Enterprise Products End of Life Policy at: http://www.mcafee.com/common/media/mcafeeb2b/support/terms/Support_Policy-Product_Support_EOL.pdf.
|End of Life Period||The timeframe that runs from the day Intel Security announces product discontinuation until the last date that the product is formally supported by Intel Security. In general, after the EOL Period is announced, no enhancements are made.|
|End of Life Date||The last day that the product is supported according the terms of the Intel Security standard support offering.|
End of Life Notices
Endpoint Encryption for Mac 6.2.x (EOL)
Endpoint Encryption for Mac 1.1 (EOL)
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