How to use Microsoft Defender for Endpoint antivirus security with Intune

Jonathan LefebvreIntuneLeave a Comment

Microsoft Defender has come a long way since the first few releases to become a leader in all all-things security-related. What was originally a standard antivirus solution has evolved into a full product suite. If you are looking to configure Microsoft Defender(Endpoint protection) with Configuration Manager, see our guide that is available in our shop This post will focus on configuring Microsoft Defender for Endpoint Security Antivirus by using Intune. Prerequisites Windows 10 or Windows 11 Aside from the Intune various licensing option you’ll need to manage your devices, there are no other requirements to use this feature. Create Microsoft Defender for Endpoint antivirus security profiles Connect to the Endpoint portal Browse to Endpoint Security/ Antivirus Click Create Policy. At this point, the Antivirus policies are split into 3 distinct sections. Microsoft Defender Antivirus This will essentially manage the core features. Microsoft Defender Antivirus Exclusions This will be the various … Read More

Managing Windows 10 Endpoint Protection with SCCM 2012

Benoit LecoursSCCM, SCEP, WINDOWS 1013 Comments

Windows 10 is out since July 29th, now you want to manage Windows 10 Endpoint Protection with SCCM 2012. You have probably noticed that Windows 10 comes natively with Windows Defender. Instead of Endpoint Protection, it is now the default anti-malware managed by SCCM 2012. Actually, the Endpoint Protection agent is installed locally in Programs & Features but it’s using the Windows Defender UI with a thin layer of Endpoint Protection to manage policies and malware definitions. If you have already deployed Windows 10 in your environment, you might have encountered an issue where your Endpoint Protection¬†policies are applied but the malware definitions are not updated. Some have found a way to work around this problem by extracting the Endpoint Protection installer and make Endpoint Protection malware definitions automatically update. Unfortunately, this TechNet article is the only official documentation but it’s mentioning only Windows 10 Technical Preview, no word about Windows 10 RTM. Might only be a matter of updating their documentation. For … Read More