If you have problems installing Endpoint Protection after you remove existing Internet security programs, contact Windows Defender or Endpoint Protection support by submitting a case online (for more information, see How to Submit a Case Online).When Windows Defender or Endpoint Protection detects a potential threat that's hiding inside a compressed file with a file name extension or within a network share, it tries to deal with the threat by quarantining or removing the threat.Before you begin to create automatic deployment rules, make sure that you have configured Configuration Manager software updates.For more information, see Software Updates in Configuration Manager.You can configure Configuration Manager software updates to deliver definition updates to client computers.
For instance, the new security solution will show which users are more likely to bring malware into a computing environment so that IT pros can prioritize individual support.
Reading on the net it seems like it was discontinued on Dec 31 2015, but when I log into the serves, FEP 2010 is running, I can see its up to date, I am just puzzled if its just running without any new updates?
On the Update tab it says "Virus and spyware definitions status - Up to date"Virus definition version: 1.245.882.0Spyware definition version: 1/245/882.0I can see that its checking for updates every day so I don;t see a place where it will tell me that its end of life or no more updates are supported.
Symptoms Installation fails for an unknown reason, or you receive an error message with error code, such as 0x80070643, 0X8007064A, 0x8004FF2E, 0x8004FF01, 0x8004FF07, 0x80070002, 0x8007064C, 0x8004FF00, 0x80070001, 0x80070656, 0x8004FF40, 0x C0000156, 0x8004FF41 0x8004FF0B, 0x8004FF11, 0x80240022, 0x8004FF04, 0x80070660, 0x800106B5, 0x80070715, 0x80070005, 0x8004EE00, 0x8007003, 0x800B0100, 0x8007064E, or 0x8007007E.
System Center 2012 Endpoint Protection, Microsoft's next-generation enterprise-grade security solution for clients and servers, is getting a tune-up.