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Microsoft System Center Endpoint Protection Cookbook - Second Edition by Nicolai Henriksen

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Integrating Endpoint Protection with OS Deployment

System Center Endpoint Protection is normally deployed as a Client Settings policy, which is totally fine for existing Windows clients, by the way, but during OS deployments, this might just be something you want to be aware of. It means that Endpoint Protection is installed by the Configuration Manager Client after the OS Deployment Task Sequence is done and the client is fully working. Now, how long this takes depends on many things, such as the Windows version, network topology, latency, content and layer of the Task Sequence, and Configuration Manager hierarchy. It also needs the first initial download of Endpoint Protection SCEP Definition files that is approximately 150 MB. Now, this is ...

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