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Fortunately Microsoft has added a set of detailed client side logs for you to make use of.The log we will be focusing on today is the MPlog, which you can locate in the directory. Below are some examples of how the MPlog can be useful to you.To quickly find where a client has been pulling updates from, open the MPlog and hit Control F, in the find window type in the word “via” and hit find next.You should see an entry similar to this This tells me my client successfully pulled an update from my WSUS server.If there has been a detected infection you should see an entry similar to this: If you scroll down a bit you should also be able to see the path of the infected file and the action that the FEP client took to resolve it.If you have any questions about client side logs in FEP, please leave a comment below.
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When you define a policy, you can control most facets of security configuration on a specific computer.
For example, you can define the following: Figure 2 shows one part of the policy configuration interface.
In this post we will look at the steps for installing and configuring Endpoint protection role in SCCM 2012 R2.
Endpoint Protection in System Center 2012 R2 Configuration Manager allows you to manage antimalware policies and Windows Firewall security for client computers in your Configuration Manager hierarchy.Tip 1: Determine where a client is pulling definition updates from Since FEP has the capability to allow clients to pull definition updates from multiple sources, it is definitely a best practice to configure your FEP policies to do so.