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    Create Endpoint Protection point site system role

    Learn how to configure Endpoint Protection to manage security and malware on Configuration Manager client computers.

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    Create an Endpoint Protection point site system role

    Article 01/14/2022 3 minutes to read

    Applies to: Configuration Manager (current branch)

    The Endpoint Protection point site system role must be installed before you can use Endpoint Protection. It must be installed on one site system server only, and it must be installed at the top of the hierarchy on a central administration site or a stand-alone primary site.

    Use one of the following procedures depending on whether you want to install a new site system server for Endpoint Protection or use an existing site system server:

    Install on a new site system server

    Install on an existing site system server

    Important

    When you install an Endpoint Protection point, an Endpoint Protection client is installed on the server hosting the Endpoint Protection point. Services and scans are disabled on this client to enable it to co-exist with any existing antimalware solution that is installed on the server. If you later enable this server for management by Endpoint Protection and select the option to remove any third-party antimalware solution, the third-party product will not be removed. You must uninstall this product manually.

    Prerequisites

    The endpoint protection point requires the following Windows Server features:

    .NET Framework 3.5

    Windows Defender feature (Windows Server 2016)

    Windows Defender Antivirus feature (Windows Server 2019)

    Microsoft Defender Antivirus feature (Windows Server 2022 or later)

    For more information, see Site and site system prerequisites.

    New site system server

    In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

    In the Administration workspace, expand Site Configuration, and then click Servers and Site System Roles.

    On the Home tab, in the Create group, click Create Site System Server.

    On the General page, specify the general settings for the site system, and then click Next.

    On the System Role Selection page, select Endpoint Protection point in the list of available roles, and then click Next.

    On the Endpoint Protection page, select the I accept the Endpoint Protection license terms check box, and then click Next.

    Important

    You cannot use Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager unless you accept the license terms.

    On the Cloud Protection Service page, select the level of information that you want to send to Microsoft to help develop new definitions, and then click Next.

    Note

    This option configures the Cloud Protection Service (formerly known as Microsoft Active Protection Service or MAPS) settings that are used by default. You can then configure custom settings for each antimalware policy you create. Join Cloud Protection Service, to help to keep your computers more secure by supplying Microsoft with malware samples that can help Microsoft to keep antimalware definitions more up-to-date. Additionally, when you join Cloud Protection Service, the Endpoint Protection client can use the dynamic signature service to download new definitions before they are published to Windows Update. For more information, see How to create and deploy antimalware policies for Endpoint Protection.

    Complete the wizard.

    Existing site system server

    In the Configuration Manager console, click Administration.

    In the Administration workspace, expand Site Configuration, click Servers and Site System Roles, and then select the server that you want to use for Endpoint Protection.

    On the Home tab, in the Server group, click Add Site System Roles.

    On the General page, specify the general settings for the site system, and then click Next.

    On the System Role Selection page, select Endpoint Protection point in the list of available roles, and then click Next.

    On the Endpoint Protection page, select the I accept the Endpoint Protection license terms check box, and then click Next.

    Important

    You cannot use Endpoint Protection in Configuration Manager unless you accept the license terms.

    On the Cloud Protection Service page, select the level of information that you want to send to Microsoft to help develop new definitions, and then click Next.

    Note

    This option configures the Cloud Protection Service settings (formerly known as MAPS) that are used by default. You can configure custom settings for each antimalware policy you configure. For more information, see How to create and deploy antimalware policies for Endpoint Protection.

    Source : docs.microsoft.com

    How to install Endpoint Protection Point in SCCM 2012 R2

    Step-by-step guide on how to install Endpoint Protection Point in SCCM 2012. sccm 2012 endpoint protection point

    HOW TO INSTALL ENDPOINT PROTECTION POINT IN SCCM 2012 R2

    Benoit LecoursMay 7, 2015SCCM8 Comments

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    In this part of SCCM 2012 and SCCM 1511 blog series, we will describe how to install SCCM 2012 R2 or SCCM 1511 Endpoint Protection Point (EPP).

    ROLE DESCRIPTION

    The Endpoint Protection Point provides the default settings for all antimalware policies and installs the Endpoint Protection client on the Site System server to provide a data source from which the SCCM database resolves malware IDs to names. When you install this Site System Role, you must accept the license terms for System Center 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection.

    This is not a mandatory Site System but you need to install a EPP if you’re planning to use SCCM as your anti-virus management solution (using Endpoint Protection).

    SITE SYSTEM ROLE PLACEMENT IN HIERARCHY

    This Site System is a hierarchy-wide option. SCCM supports a single instance of this site system role in a hierarchy and only at the top-level site in the hierarchy. It’s supported to install this role on a Central Administration Site or stand-alone Primary Site.

    REQUIREMENTS

    Before installing the EP role, you must have a Software Update Point installed and configured.

    EPP INSTALLATION

    Open the SCCM console

    Navigate to Administration / Site Configuration / Servers and Site System Roles

    Right click your Site System and click Add Site System Roles

    On the General tab, click Next

    On the Proxy tab, click Next

    On the Site System Role tab, select Endpoint Protection Point, click Next

    Accept the License Terms and click Next

    Select Do not join MAPS, click NEXT

    • On the Summary tab, review your settings and click Next

    Wait for the setup to complete and click Close

    SUP CONFIGURATION

    After the installation, you must add Endpoint Protection definition files in your Software Update Point.

    Open the SCCM console

    Navigate to Administration / Site Configuration / Servers and Site System Roles

    Click the Configure Site Components button and select Software Update Point

    On the Product tabs, check Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010 and click Ok

    VERIFICATION

    ConfigMgrInstallationPath\Logs\EPSetup.log – Detailed EP Installation status

    ConfigMgrInstallationPath\Logs\Wsyncmgr.log – SUP Synchronization status

    You are now ready to manage EndPoint Protection using SCCM. In a future post, we will describe on to manage your anti-malware policy and definition updates.

    SCCM 2012 ENDPOINT PROTECTION POINT

    Source : www.systemcenterdudes.com

    Deploy Endpoint Protection SCCM

    Hey guys, It is quite well known and not a secret that Microsoft wants being involved and be a major player in anti-virus worlds, they are increasingly pushing the endpoint protection as security solution to [...]

    Deploy Endpoint Protection SCCM

    March 9, 2021 islam Hey guys,

    It is quite well known and not a secret that Microsoft wants being involved and be a major player in anti-virus worlds, they are increasingly pushing the endpoint protection as security solution to many customers, and to be sincere the Endpoint protection does a perfect job!

    In this article, you are going to see how to enable and deploy the SCEP (System Center Endpoint Protection) and afterward, I will show you how to create the necessary antimalware policy and custom client device settings and at the end, we will deploy them together.

    System Center Endpoint Protection allows us to manage our end clients security using install the endpoint agent, the entire management is using  SCCM and we are getting basic management of Real-time, windows firewall, scan process, malware and Spyware detection, remediation, Critical vulnerability assessment, Network vulnerability detection and more option that you going to reveal.

    SCCM deploys the endpoint under “scepinstall.exe.”, therefore, you must allow this file from running, the installation exists on the site server and not on the client side:

    C:\Windows\CCMSetup\

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    You can deploy the agent manually and even assign the antimalware policy using the following command:

    scepinstall.exe /policy \

    In a case you want to capture a new image with “scepinstall.exe” you must delete some important registry key– follow the steps:

    Download the Psexec.exe.

    Run the following run.

    Psexec.exe -s -i regedit.exe

    it will open the Registry Editor with LocalSystem privileges.

    And delete the registry keys: – DON’T restart the computer again! if you do, you must remove the keys again. (they are created while endpoint protection client starting)

    HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\InstallTimeHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Scan\LastScanRunHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Scan\LastScanTypeHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Scan\LastQuickScanIDHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Microsoft Antimalware\Scan\LastFullScanIDHKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\RemovalTools\MRT\GUID

    Create quick capture using DISK:

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qFkz6g3rA-0

    Before we start we should add the “Endpoint Protection Point” Role to our DP:

    Navigate to “Administration > Click Settings > and create new “Custom Client Device Settings

    If your custom device settings are marked as grayed-out, it means that you haven’t installed the “Endpoint Protection Point Role” yet.

    Then, we should deploy the Endpoint Custom Policy to the certain collection:

    Select the collection you would like to deploy

    You should wait about 20-30 minutes upon you see the endpoint activity on the Endpoint Protection States:

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    Clients will be configured with these settings in the next download client policy cycle unless you will apply then manually using SCCM extensions.

    We should add our collection to alert, right click on your collection and then click on properties:

    And make the “View this collection in the Endpoint Protection Dashboard”:

    Click on “Add” button and allow the following checkboxes:

    Settings:

    Post Endpoint deployments, we should create a new antimalware policy, or use on some available default EndPoint Protection antimalware policies which can be imported and suits to our policy settings, if you want to use them you can click on “Import” and then select one of them:

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    However, I would like to create my own Antimalware policy:

    Go to “Assets and Compliance” and the to “EndPoint Protection” > Right click on Antimalware Policies “Create Antimalware Policy“:

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