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First you have to install the Endpoint Protection role via the console.After that is done, you would need to alter the default client policy (Since by default it is disabled ) In my case I have created a custom client policy which I intend to use.Anyone else seen this happen and know how to fix it?Thanks Ben EDIT If I look in 'C:\Windows\ccmcache\' on a machine which isn't showing as updated I can see it does infact have the latest definitions but its not applying them.Microsoft likes to label its security product as Forefront, their Forefront products are not only based on anti-malware/virus but also consists of Forefront TMG (Threat Management Gateway) And Forefront UAG ( User Access Gateway ) Which is their Network Edge Security products.Microsoft also has a their own anti-virus/malware product for enterprise businesses, which is called Forefront Endpoint Protection (Which is basically a converted Security Essentials, with added management capabilities) Now with System Center 2012 release, Microsoft has a different approach.NOTE: That you need to restart the computer eventually for the installation to finish That looks like this ( It might say \u201c At risk\u201d but this is because it only has the installed definitions.Since in the previous Client Policy all you did was install the scep software on the client.
therefore im going to use the report functionality, Go over to the Monitoring tab –\n\n#anti-virus, #endpoint-protection, #forefront, #sccm-2012","content Filtered":"Microsoft has been in the anti malware\/virus business for a couple of years now.Going back to the first version of Windows Defender and going on today\u00a0 with the most used antivirus product on the market (Which is free) Microsoft Security Essentials.Microsoft likes to label its security product as Forefront, their Forefront products are not only based on anti-malware\/virus but also consists of Forefront TMG (Threat Management Gateway\n Microsoft also has a their own anti-virus\/malware product for enterprise businesses, which is called Forefront Endpoint Protection (Which is basically a converted Security Essentials, with added management capabilities)\n Now with System Center 2012 release, Microsoft has a different approach.They have included the endpoint protection service with Configmgr 2012.\u00a0\u00a0 Therefore now you can manage forefront via SCCM console.\n Not sure where Microsoft is headed with this, since if a business wants Forefront they would need to invest in SCCM as well (Even if they don\u2019t need it).\u00a0 On the other hand, Microsoft can now brag about having a system that does everything.(Just a thought)\n When you now install a agent on a computer that resides within that collection, I will get SCEP installed.
Maybe its something they needed to compete with Symantec Altiris ?