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Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook by Andrew Plue

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Manually editing local SCEP policy using the user interface

This recipe will detail how to modify the settings of a SCEP client using the Settings tab of the SCEP client UI. Although, typically in a large-scale environment, the settings for a SCEP client will be defined in a SCEP policy on the SCCM server, it is useful to understand how to modify these settings at a local client level for testing and troubleshooting purposes.

Getting ready

If a SCEP client is receiving a policy from an SCCM server, or through GPO, the extent to which the local SCEP policy settings can be modified in the client user interface is defined in that policy. A stand-alone SCEP client's setting can be fully modified, although in both cases, local administrator rights will ...

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