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Endpoint protection client not updating

Windows 10 takes a different approach and is now able to be directly managed by SCCM without replacing it. Even if you tell SCCM to install the SCEP client when you launch SCEP.exe, on a Windows 10 machine it will launch Defender.

Windows Firewall with Advanced Security is still available and necessary.

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In this post, we will look at what changed for Endpoint Protection and Windows Defender in the Windows 10 Creators Update (1703). It is still required to deploy Windows Defender Definition Update KB2267602.

Also, note that the update is still in the Windows Defender product category.

As we said at the beginning of this blog, Windows Defender is becoming a suite of Security features.

The Windows Defender Security Center include the following features on top of Windows Defender Anti-virus: This is a high-level view of the Firewall status.

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We previously installed the SCEP 2012 client on the devices in our test collection.

System Center Endpoint Protection and Windows Defender both have a history of changes since they came out years ago.

When Windows 10 came out more changes were made to Endpoint Protection and Windows Defender as we covered in a previous post. This is due to the rising of Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) and the idea that Windows Defender is becoming more a security suite for Windows 10.

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