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Microsoft System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection Cookbook by Andrew Plue

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Using the system-based SCEP reports

The six built-in SCEP reports can be broken up into two categories: user-centric reports and system-centric reports . This recipe focuses on the group of system-based reports.We will be executing and interrupting the computer malware details, anti-malware activity report, and infected computers. Although these reports can be accessed either through the SCCM console or with a web browser, for this recipe, we will access them from the SCCM console.

Getting ready

In order to complete this recipe, you'll need to utilize an account that has at least the Endpoint Protection Manager roles assigned to it. If your installation of SCEP is in a lab, or is very new and has not yet detected any malware on your systems, ...

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