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Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook by Andrew Plue

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Appendix A. Appendix

With the previous version of SCEP (Forefront Endpoint Protection 2010), many organizations opted to install the FEP 2010 Security Management Pack for SCOM, because it added the ability to have real-time reporting. As SCEP has the real-time reporting capabilities natively, this is not as necessary with the current version.

However, there could be other motivating factors that would cause an organization to still choose to install the newly updated System Center Security Monitoring Pack for Endpoint Protection, such as the way monitoring responsibilities have been allocated in your organization, or you may be using an SEM appliance, which connects to SCOM and want to have virus alerts filter up into the SEM.

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