List of McAfee products compatible with Anniversary Update

By: Madeleine Dean
2 minute read

Microsoft boasts the Anniversary Update is the best OS the company has ever developed, and hopes to convince as many users as possible to upgrade to Windows 10 although they now have to shell out $119 to get their hands on the OS. However, as good as the Anniversary Update version may be, there are still product compatibility issues that may make users regret they agreed to upgrade.

Dell has already published a list with all its Anniversary Update compatible computers, and security software company McAfee has now done the same for its products. McAfee had previously presented a list with its software products incompatible with Windows 10 version 1607, informing users that Microsoft is working on a fix for those compatibility issues.

Intel Security has worked closely with Microsoft to ensure that McAfee security software and hardware products are fully compatible with Windows 10 endpoints. The following table includes all product versions that are currently supported for use with business versions of Windows 10.

McAfee products compatible with the Anniversary Update

McAfee Products Windows 10
Anniversary Update
Minimum
Supported Version
Active Response Pending Update
Application and Change Control 7.0.1 (RTW: July 25)
Data Loss Prevention Endpoint (DLP Endpoint) Pending Update
Endpoint Security (ENS) 10.1 Patch 2 (RTS: Aug 2)
10.1 Patch 2 (RTW: Aug 29)
Host Intrusion Prevention (Host IPS) 8.0 Patch 8 (RTS: Jul 26)
8.0 Patch 8 (RTW: Aug 25)
SiteAdvisor Enterprise (SAE) Pending Update
Threat Intelligence for Endpoint Security Client 10.1 Patch 2 (RTS: Aug 2)
10.1 Patch 2 (RTW: Aug 29)
10.2 (RTW: Aug 8)
Threat Intelligence Exchange (TIE) Module for VSE 1.0.x (RTW: Aug 24)
VirusScan Command Line Scanner 6.1.0 (RTS: Oct 10)
6.1.0 (RTW: Nov 24)
VirusScan Enterprise (VSE) 8.8 Patch 8 (RTS: Aug 2)
8.8 Patch 8 (RTW: Aug 24)
Database Security Scanner Q4 2016
Database Activity Monitoring (Standalone Management) 4.6.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Database Activity Monitoring (ePO Management) 5.2.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Virtual Patching for Databases (Standalone Management ) 4.6.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Virtual Patching for Databases (ePO Management) 5.2.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Vulnerability Manager for Databases (Standalone Management) 4.6.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Vulnerability Manager for Databases (ePO Management) 5.2.0 (RTW: Jul 14)
Management for Optimized Virtual Environment (MOVE) Multi-platform 4.0 (RTW: Jul 28)
Drive Encryption (DE) 2, 5 7.1.3 HF1148978
(RTW: Aug 2)
File and Removable Media Protection (FRP) 5, 6 5.0.1 HF1150417
(RTW: Aug 2)
Management of Native Encryption (MNE) 4.1.0 (RTW: Mar 31)
Data Exchange Layer (DXL) 2.3.0 (RTW: Aug 30)
ePO Deep Command Pending Update
McAfee Agent (MA) 5.0.4 (RTS: Aug 4, 2016)
4.8.0 Patch 3 (RTW: Mar 18, 2015)
Policy Auditor Agent (PA) 6.2.1 (RTW: May 12)
Rogue System Detection 5.0.4 (RTS: Aug 4)
Web Protection
McAfee Client Proxy (MCP) 2.1.0.177
  • RTW = Released To World
  • RTS = Released To Support

Check this list before purchasing a McAfee product you intend to install on a machine running the Anniversary Update.

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