SCCM 2012 R2 SP1- SCEP will not install, Defender will not update definitions. RRS feed

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  • Last week I updated our primary site server to SCCM 2012 R2 SP1 so that I could move forward with Windows 10 testing.  After the upgrade I can install the client successfully on Win10 boxes, except for the SCEP client.  The client version is correct, 5.00.8239.1000.

    What I'm seeing is that after a client push, in some cases Windows Defender installs and in others I get neither Defender nor SCEP.  On systems where Defender does NOT install, I can run SCEPINSTALL manually from CCMSETUP, but that installs Defender...  The interesting thing is that Programs and Features shows "System Center Endpoint Protection" installed, version

    None of the WIn10 systems with Defender is updating virus definitions even though I verified they are in the collection that receives SCEP policy and the SCEP definition update deployment.  If I go to the client and click the "Update" button manually it does nothing...  Has anybody been able to successfully install Endpoint Protection on Windows 10?  If not, are you able to get Defender to update definitions successfully?


    Tuesday, September 1, 2015 4:27 PM


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