Policy settings are defined within antimalware policies and can be deployed, using custom policies, to specific device collections.
- [Instructor] We've already talked about…the creation of custom, anti-malware policies.…So at this point, we're going to go into the detailed…policy settings to determine how they're configured…and how they get applied.…When we build a policy, within it,…the settings categories are listed on the left…and the individual settings show up on the right.…Users can also be prevented from changing these settings,…much like you might do with group policy…in active directory.…We've got a central configuration deployed to many devices,…but you don't want those settings changed.…
We should also minimize the number of policies…that we create for management purposes,…so that there's less for us to manage in the SCCM console.…Bear in mind that a single, custom, anti-malware policy…could be applied to multiple device collections,…where needed.…When can view effective policies and their settings…in a number of different ways.…First of all, inside the Endpoint Protection client,…we can go to help/about to see which policies…
- Malware types
- Getting Endpoint Protection up and running
- Deploying the SCEP Windows client
- Removing malware on a SCEP client
- Configuring custom policies
- Planning an update strategy
- Windows firewall settings
- Using PowerShell cmdlets for monitoring
Skill Level Beginner
1. Defining Malware Types
2 Getting Endpoint Protection Up and Running
3. Endpoint Protection Policies
4. Monitoring Endpoint Protection
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