Fep clients not updating definitions

05 Feb

The solution works, however has a couple of major drawbacks. Now, I and many other SCCM admins have never understood why they didn’t solve that in a more elegant manner.The Authentic Users group only gets read permissions, not start/stop permissions as I feared, so I’m fine with that.I just left out the Power Users group as it’s not used in our environment.

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In order to use the software updates feature for definition updates, you must perform the following high-level steps: in Config Mgr, Config Mgr 2007, Config Mgr 2007 R2, Config Mgr SP2, configmgr2007, Config Mgr2007 R3, FE, FEP, FEP2010, Installation, R3, SCCM 2007, SCCM 2007 R2, SCCM 2007 R3, SCCM 2007 SP2 by Kenny Buntinx [MVP] In some cases, after the FEP client has been installed, the computer is no longer remotely accessible using any form of remote control utility or Computer Management tools, including but not limited to Windows Computer Management, Config Mgr Remote Control utility, Dame Ware, VNC.To create the directory issue the following command; Here you will find the policy settings you require. When you are controlling settings via GPO this is what you will see on the client machines. From the files you extracted earlier locate and run the FEP2010From here you can import and export all the policy settings from a particular group policy.If you have a WSUS server you will need to enable the updates in the ‘Products and Classifications’ section. If you DONT have WSUS but you are behind a proxy, you can manage FEP proxy settings from the following policy. These should be the same for pretty much any version as far as I know, but I’m looking specifically at System Centre Endpoint Protection (SCEP) included as part of Config Manager 2012.The cause has been found to be the Windows Firewall/ICS service that cannot be started.When an attempt is made to start the service, the resulting error is: Error 0x80004015: The class is configured to run as a security id different from the caller.If you have all your ADMX policy definitions in a central location, all your clients can use them.The correct place for them is in the sysvol directory, in a folder called policies (this is where your clients read their group policies from).0000604 FEP is Microsoft’s offering for antivirus, try to think of it as the corporate version of Security Essentials.Just about everything on the net for managing it seems to be geared to managing it with SCCM.