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Forefront not updating from sccm

During an automatic update, the client computer account is used to authenticate to the share.

One of the choices for SCEP (System Center Endpoint Protection) definition update sources in SCCM 2012 is from a UNC file share, however in typical SCCM fashion there is a bit of leg work required to use this method.

The FEP server component integrates with SCCM and provides easy deployment, updating, reporting, monitoring, and policy control from the SCCM management console once the FEP server piece is installed.

You can also perform reporting and alerting through Forefront integration from System Center Operations Manager, but not the deployment or policy control.

Use the following procedures to configure WSUS as a definition update source.

Endpoint Protection definition updates must be approved and downloaded to the WSUS server before they are offered to clients that request the list of available updates.

Link Id=197094" $x64D3 = "\\server\SCEPUpdates\x64\nis_full.exe" $x86S1 = "// This schedule kicks the first download off every day at am and updates the definition files every 4 hours.

With the move away from Forefront Client Security to Forefront Endpoint Protection, Microsoft did away with the MOM backend and instead made use of the infrastructure available to System Center Configuration Manager to install, manage and deploy FEP.

When you install this Site System Role, you must accept the license terms for System Center 2012 R2 Endpoint Protection.